Summer Infant recalls baby monitors due to strangulation risk

02/13/2011 | Google

Summer Infant recalled about 1.7 million units of its video baby monitors after two reports of infant deaths from strangulation caused by the product's electrical cord, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission. Parents and caregivers should "put at least 3 feet between any video or audio baby monitor cords and a child in a crib," CPSC Chairwoman Inez Tenenbaum said.

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