WASHINGTON, DC (WRIC) — About 25,000 Mockingbird strollers have been recalled after about five months nearly 150,000 strollers produced by the manufacturer were recalled due to the same problem.
According to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, an estimated 25,390 Mockingbird strollers were recalled because the underside of the frame may crack, creating a potential fall hazard for children sitting inside.
The recalled strollers were sold at various online stores between March 2020 and March 2023 and have lot numbers 23174 and 23175 and between 18322 and 22278. They are black with silver aluminum and have canopies in black, light blue and dark blue. blue colors. , pink and light green.
There were 13 reports of cracks in the frames of these particular carts, but no injuries. Cracks in the strollers included in the latest recall reportedly resulted in eight injuries to children.
Anyone who purchased one of the recalled strollers should stop using it immediately and Contact Mockingbird for a free booster kit.