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UppaBaby Stroller Recalled After Child's Fingertip Amputated by Brake Disc

A jogging stroller caused an injury to a child who got their finger caught in the rear disc brakes.

Three views of the UppaBaby All-Terrain Ridge Jogging Stroller
The recalled jogging stroller.

UppaBaby has recalled its All-Terrain Ridge Jogging Stroller after a child lost a fingertip. The stroller's rear disc brakes have openings that are big enough to get a child's fingertip caught in them while the stroller is rolling, according to the recall notice. This can cause amputation or laceration.

Around 14,000 of the $600 strollers were sold at BuyBuyBaby, Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Pottery Barn Kids, Amazon and other baby stores between October 2021 and August 2022.

The serial numbers of the recalled strollers begin with 1401RDGUS, which you can find on the stroller frame above the rear wheels.

If you've got an UppaBaby All-Terrain Ridge Jogging Stroller, you should stop using it immediately and contact the company for free replacement disc brakes.

Closeup of the rear disc brake on the UppaBaby All-Terrain Ridge Jogging Stroller

A child got their finger caught in the rear disc brakes.


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