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IKEA pulled in $6 billion in U.S. sales last year. Crystal Ellis wants that number to be lower.

The Seattle mom’s 2-year-old son, Camden, was killed by a falling IKEA dresser in 2014, which has since been recalled by the company. Three years later, she requested to meet with the president of the retailer, pleading for action to get the dresser out of other homes.

That meeting has not yet happened. And Ellis is not the only parent demanding it.

There have been at least 186 reports of Malm dressers tipping over, with 91 resulting in injuries. There are 113 more reports of other IKEA dresser fall-overs, resulting in 53 injuries. In all, eight children have died from the incidents.

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