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It's the largest crib recall in CPSC history, and now the one place parents are told they can safely leave their children without supervision is in question.
"Crib hardware failure is actually one of the most common causes of death in cribs," Nancy Cowles, a crib safety advocate, told CBS News correspondent Sandra Hughes.
In fact, according to Cowles' organization Kids In Danger, 30 children are killed and 1,200 are injured every year in crib accidents.
And while these cribs were made in China, in this case she says China isn't to blame:
"The problem is the design flaws that the U.S. manufacturers designed into the product," Cowles said.