(KHNL) -- Listen up parents, a line of children's storage racks are being recalled after the death of a child.
The manufacturer, Jetmax International, is working with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission to recall 36,000 wooden racks sold at Wal-mart stores.
There are two colors, one for boys and one for girls.
There's concern the rack with canvas totes can topple over and entrap a child. An eight-month-old boy became asphyxiated after he pulled on the rack and it fell on him.
Consumers can contact Jetmax to get a free repair kit to stabilize the base. The company's number is (800) 689-2168 or click on the Jetmax International link.
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