On average, one child dies every two weeks when a TV, furniture or appliance falls onto him or her. By anchoring large furniture, televisions and appliances, these terrible tragedies can be prevented.
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Every two weeks a child dies when a television, a piece of furniture or an appliance falls on him. Take simple, low-cost steps to secure furniture and TVs to save lives.