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20 November 2009 / personal-injury-news
A baby buggy manufacturer has offered parents in the UK free safety covers to zip over their potentially hazardous buggy hinges. Following complaints that buggy manufacturer Maclaren had recalled its baby buggies in the US but not in their similar models UK, the company has reacted to angry British parents by offering the free covers through its customer services department.
The initial recall happened because 12 toddlers in the US had caught fingers in the buggies’ hinges and had to have them amputated. The Maclaren buggies which are considered to be at risk include the Quest Sport, Techno XT, Volo and Triumph models.
If you would like to claim compensation following a baby buggy injury, or any other type of personal injury, call the National Accident Helpline or claim online today.
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