More than 56,000 cribs are the subject of a new recall from the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
The CPSC announced the voluntary recall involving Jardine cribs Tuesday. The slats on the cribs made in Taiwan can break, causing dangerous gaps to infants and toddlers. The three models were sold over the past five years at several major retailers nationwide, including Babies-R-Us.
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