PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Consumer Product Safety Commission is warning parents to stop using Fisher-Price’s Rock ‘N Play when their babies are able to roll over after reports of 10 infant deaths since 2015. All 10 deaths were infants 3 months or older, per the CPSC.

The CPSC and Fisher-Price recommend parents to stop using the product once their baby demonstrates the ability to roll over, which is typically at 3 months old.

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(Credit: Consumer Product Safety Commission)

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According to Fisher-Price, the reported deaths suggest some consumers are using the Rock ‘N Play after their babies can roll over and without its harness restraint.

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The 10 reported deaths occurred when the infants were unrestrained and rolled from their back to their stomach or side, the CPSC said.