WASHINGTON - A brand of convertible cribs is being pulled from stores, because it can have a dangerous separation.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission reports the Franklin & Ben Mason 4-in-1 convertible cribs are affected. The crib front can separate from the side panels and create a hazardous gap that can allow a child to fall out or become entrapped between the front and side panels.
The company has received 14 reports of the front separating from the side panels of the crib. No injuries have been reported.
The cribs were sold at juvenile products specialty retailers nationwide from January 2012 through June 2014, for between $600 and $700.
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