350,000 Jogging Strollers Recalled After Child Nearly Strangled

More than 350,000 BOB strollers are being recalled across the U.S. and Canada over concerns a drawstring on certain models could strangle the child, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said Wednesday.

The recall was issued after the company received a report that one 11-month-old girl became entangled in the drawstring. The child was freed by her mother, the CPSC said.

The recall affects 11 different models of BOB single and double strollers.

The strollers being recalled have a yellow or orange drawstring at the back of the canopy.