More than 100,000 baby strollers are being recalled after several children were hurt when the frames cracked. The recall, announced Thursday by the Consumer Product Safety Commission, involves Mockingbird Single-to-Double Strollers. The affected products were sold at Target and through multiple online retailers between March 2020 and September 2022, according to the CPSC. So far, the commission has received 138 reports of children who were injured when the lower side of the stroller cracked, causing them to fall out. In several incidents, the strollers snapped in half, depositing the babies on the pavement below. Owners of the stroller should contact Mockingbird, which will send them clamps to reinforce each stroller’s frame.