Linda Kaiser, a St. Louis mother who founded Parents for Window Blind Safety after her daughter Cheyenne was killed in her crib in 2002, has led the charge for safer products.
Linda Kaiser, a St. Louis mother who founded Parents for Window Blind Safety after her daughter Cheyenne was killed in her crib in 2002, has led the charge for safer products. Sid Hastings MCT
Linda Kaiser, a St. Louis mother who founded Parents for Window Blind Safety after her daughter Cheyenne was killed in her crib in 2002, has led the charge for safer products. Sid Hastings MCT

Despite years of talk, window blind cords continue to kill children

April 15, 2015 07:01 PM

UPDATED April 16, 2015 12:01 AM

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