Transcript for Mom of Twins in Fallen Dresser Accident Speaks Out
We're back now with the video that has so many parents holding their breath. Twin boys, thankfully, surviving after that dresser falls. Their mom is speaking out. Kayna Whitworth has more on L.A. From that. Reporter: Kayli Schoff says she knows how lucky her family is. This morning, she has message for all parents. It's a terrifying video for parents everywhere. 20-year-old twins Brock and bowdi Schoff climbing into draws. For two minutes, Brody tries to free his trapped brother. Eventually, pushing enough for the boy to get out. She thought her sons were sleeping. She checked the monitor and saw the toppled drersz, I R -- I ripped off the covers. Ran downstairs. Found them quietly playing in the corner. Reporter: A reminder to schoffs and other parents. My heart sank. I felt like the worst parent ever. It is such an easy thing to prevent what happened to my children. Reporter: IKEA, who issued a recall last year, reminding customers that the best way to prevent this is to anchor product to the wall. The twins escaped unharmed. This morning, their mother urging all parents to bold down drerszs, shelves, and TVs. We were completely lucky. I think we were blessed. And it could have been bad. Reporter: The consumer product safety conditions urges parents to avoid displaying items where kids might be tempted to climb UPD and reach for them. Thank you, kayna. You know who is a new mom? Janet Jackson. The first time mom at the age of
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