Bumbo baby chairs recalled due to skull fracture dangers
There is a new warning for parents who put their kids in a Bumbo Baby Chair.
Four million of those popular seats have been recalled.
The reason: the federal government said nearly two dozen infants suffered skull fractures while using the chair.
It's been a problem for years.
Four years ago, Kevin Lamm told ABC News his son, Dylan, fell out of a Bumbo on a table, cracked his head in two places and almost died on the way to the hospital.
"By the time we got there, there was no pulse. Three minutes more and he would be dead," said Lamm.
Chair owners will be given a kind of seatbelt.
To get yours, click here.