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Good TV placement course avoid accidents. Of writing on the new I know there are many people who hurt caused sentenced tv. This may be an important reminder to us all to put the tv kind of stuff in a safe place.
thank you for sharing
wow! Didn’t know about this until I came across this post.thanks for sharing
oohhhhh! is this news real or fake..:)?. The information I received was of great value..
A very good and interesting post that i have come across, thanks for sharing the post.
As this trends continues, you will see TV stabilization becoming an ever increasing part of baby proofing a home. The lighter a TV becomes the easier it is to place on a dresser in a bedroom, and the more likelihood it could fall an inure a child who might be sitting on the floor watching that TV. Every new parent should be aware of this.
cant belive this
is this for real? how many tvs get thrown out of a window? this can’t really happen this often. i feel like i’m on a game of fact or myth. haha.
I am sad on heard about this incident. This couldn’t happen if their parent take a look on their children.As a parent, we should take a look on ours children. The tv should place in the safe place. I mean, far from the children reach.
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