The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has announced that Mockingbird is expanding the stroller recall from November to include over 25,000 of its single strollers. The stroller frames can crack, which may cause children to fall out. Although no injuries have been reported, 13 cases of cracked frames on single strollers have been reported to the company. The recall expansion includes specific lot numbers. Additionally, the original recall included nearly 150,000 double strollers. Those who own the affected strollers should stop using them immediately and contact Mockingbird for a free repair kit. Related information on the stroller recall expansion is available on the CPSC website.