New Jersey Baby Dies in Recalled Nap Nanny Chair
This undated image provided by the Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) shows a Nap Nanny baby recliner.
An 8-month-old baby girl in New Jersey is the latest child to die in the recalled infant recliner known as the Nap Nanny.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission said the Hopatcong baby was secured into the chair by a belt but was found hanging over its side, trapped between the chair and a crib bumper.
The agency is warning parents, again, not to use the chairs. Several children have died in them, the CPSC says.
The Nap Nanny was designed to mimic the curves of a baby car seat, elevating an infant slightly to help reduce reflux, gas, stuffiness or other problems.
The commission says the chairs are not being sold in stores any longer but are still a popular product at yard sales, online auctions or as hand-me-down gifts.
"The products are hazardous and it is illegal to sell or resell them," CPSC says.
The agency did not say when the New Jersey girl died.