WASHINGTON -- Pottery Barn Kids, a division of Williams-Sonoma Inc. of San Francisco, CA, issued a voluntary recall for nearly 8,000 Madeline wood bed canopies.

According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the connections of the posts to the top rails of the wood canopy can come apart. Pottery Barn Kids is aware of 33 reports in which components of the canopy have fallen, including 10 that resulted in minor injuries.

Approximately 7,700 of the Madeline wood bed canopies were sold by Pottery Barn Kids in the United States. Health Canada has joined in the recall impacting about 230 of the units sold in Canada.

 The canopy, manufactured in Vietnam, is part of the Madeline Bedroom Collection is made of wood and consists of four posts that connect to the headboard and foot board of the bed and four rails that connect to the top portion of each post. They sold separately  for $150 to $300 through Pottery Barn Kids stores nationwide, online and catalogs.

Consumers are encouraged to remove the canopy from the bed and contact Pottery Barn Kids to schedule a free repair.

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