Report: Bellmore boy hurt by recalled Ikea dresser

Jaime Sumersille of Bellmore says the Malm dresser fell on her 5-year-old son last month, hit him on the head and knocked him against a

Jaime Sumersille of Bellmore says the Malm dresser fell on her 5-year-old son last month, hit him on the head and knocked him against a wall.

Jaime Sumersille of Bellmore says the Malm dresser fell on her 5-year-old son last month, hit him on the head and knocked him against a wall. (6/30/16)

BELLMORE - News 12 Long Island has learned a little boy in Nassau County has reportedly been hurt by a falling Ikea dresser that was involved in a massive recall.

Jaime Sumersille, of Bellmore, tells Newsday the Malm dresser fell on her 5-year-old son last month, hit him on the head and knocked him against a wall.

Sumersille says he was not seriously hurt.

In a report, six other children have been killed by these falling dressers.

The furniture maker is now offering a refund or a free wall-anchoring repair kit. 

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