A recall of more than 300,000 "Libra" 3-drawer dressers has been issued by manufacturer South Shore after a 2-year-old was killed after the product tipped over.
According to ConsumerReports.org , the recall is issued by South Shore, The Consumer Product Safety Commission and Health Canada.
The "Libra" dresser is sold in the United States and Canada.
The recall states that the chest, which comes in nine different colors, may tip over if not properly anchored to a wall.
If you are using this product, you're urged to discontinue use and contact the company to receive a free repair kit to anchor the dresser to a wall.
There have been two instances of the chest tipping over in the U.S., which involved the death of the child. There have been no reports of the chest tipping over in Canada. There were 6,930 recalled products sold in Canada, 310,000 sold in the U.S. and 5,600 sold in Mexico.
The affected products were sold between October 2009 and July 2018.
For a list of recalled dressers by product number, click here .