Around 411,700 jogging strollers by B.O.B. were recalled due to a choking hazard. The embroidered patch on the strollers may detach, resulting in a potential choking hazard. So far, six reports of children mouthing the detached patch have been received. Choking and gagging were reported in two cases, and the patch was removed from their mouths thankfully without injuries. Both children were sitting in the infant car seat when they got hold of the patch. All strollers manufactured from November 1998 to November 2010 are included in the recall. They were sold in single-seat as well as double-seat models and sold in REI, Babies R’ Us, and other stores across the country. The recalled stroller was made in China and Taiwan and sold for $280-600, according to news reports.
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