Chapel Hill Considers Railings After Bunk Tragedy

September 13, 2010

Officials at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are discussing whether they should add railings for all bunk beds, following the August death of a woman who was visiting her daughter, The Raleigh News & Observer reported. The university has provided the railings on request, and has seen a spike since the woman's death. The beds are typically designed to allow for elevation but not to require it. Many students like to elevate their beds to allow for more usable space in a dormitory room.

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