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TV and furniture tips-overs kill dozens of children every year, report shows

Bethesda, MD — With COVID-19 restrictions keeping families at home – and millions of people preparing to watch Super Bowl LV on Feb. 7 – now is a good time to secure TVs and large furniture to prevent tip-overs, the Consumer Product Safety Commission says.

According to a CPSC report released Jan. 28, TV and furniture tip-over incidents kill approximately 45 children and injure more than 11,000 every year.

Based on data from the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System, the report shows that between 2000 and 2019 an estimated 451 children age 17 and younger were killed as a result of TV … Read more

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