According to Nationwide Children’s, an average of one child aged 5 years and younger is treated in hospital emergency departments every 45 minutes for a stroller-related injury in the United States.

While many of the injuries experienced through stroller- or carrier-related accidents are minor soft tissue injuries like bumps and bruises, 39 percent are for strollers and 48 percent are for carriers. Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) – or concussions – account for 25 percent of stroller-related injuries and 35 percent of carrier-related injuries.

Read more at Medical News Today.