CPSC and Jardine just added additional crib models to their recall last year for breaking crib slats. An additional 56,450 cribs are being recalled with 19 more incidents of breaking slats, including one incident where a child fell through the slats and nine incidents where the baby broke the slats while in the crib. These cribs were sold until this month, making it likely that some parents may have used their vouchers from the first recall to purchase yet another defective Jardine crib. Crib owners can contact Jardine for a credit towards a new crib at Babies”R”Us or Toys”R”Us.