C.P.S.C. officials say the Zooper Tango Double Stroller may look sturdy, but it can collapse unexpectedly.
At the center of the voluntary recall are models Sl808B and Sl808F that were manufactured in 2007 or 2008.
The company that makes the stroller, Lan Enterprises, has received 185 reports of frame latch failure-which prompted a voluntary recall from the C.P.S.C.
"When the frame latch comes undone, when this frame latch comes undone, the stroller basically just collapses on your children. In fact, that did happen to a 13-month-old and a three-year-old who were in together in a stroller and they got scratches and bruises," said Patty Davis with the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Parents are asked to stop using the strollers immediately and to contact Zooper for a free repair kit.