CHICAGO (WLS) -- The longtime warnings about the dangers of toppling televisions are apparently not doing much to reduce the rate of injuries.
A new review in the Journal of Neurosurgery still puts TV toppling third in the top five hidden home hazards in the U.S.
A typical TV falling just three feet can create momentum equivalent to a small child falling 10 stories.
Studies show that there were upwards of 380,000 injuries caused by toppling TVs between 1991 and 2011.
Toppling TVs still among top hidden home hazards, review finds