Stroller Sold at Target and Amazon Recalled due to Collapse Hazard.

Stroller Sold at Target and Amazon Recalled due to Collapse Hazard.

The manufacturer, Baby Trend, has recalled four models of their stroller sold at Target and Amazon due to a potential collapse hazard.

The company says the stroller’s hinge joints could release under pressure causing the stroller to collapse. This poses a serious fall risk for a child.

The recall affects four models of Baby Trend’s Tango Mini Stroller:

  • Quartz Pink-Model Number ST31D09A
  • Sedona Gray-Model Number ST31D10A
  • Jet Black-Model Number ST31D11A
  • Purest Blue- Model Number ST31D03A

The strollers were sold at Target and Amazon between October and November 2019 for around $100.00.

Baby Trend says anyone who has the recalled stroller should immediately stop using it and contact Baby Trend for a full refund or replacement.

Recovering compensation after an injury from a defective product

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Source: CNN, “A baby stroller sold at Target and Amazon was recalled because of a possible fall hazard

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