Jumping Bouncy Castle Accident: 4 Kids dead in Inflatable Castle Accident in Tasmania: The news is coming from Australia, there are four children who have been killed, there are several more badly injured in Australia after strong winds lifted an inflated jumping castle into the air during end-of-year school celebrations, this has caused them all to fall 10 meters, this has been stated by the authorities on Thursday, prompting outpouring grief. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Jumping Bouncy Castle Accident Explained
Two girls and two boys who were in their final year of primary school have died in an accident in Devonport when it comes to the Northwest of Tasmania state, this happened around 10:00 am on Wednesday, there are five more children who were in the hospital, four of them are in critical condition, this has been stated by the authorities.
There has been no immediate explanation for how the jumping castle became airborne, there have been no details which have been released of the children’s identities except the incident which took place at Hillcrest Primary school, the students were at the age of 10 or 11.
Jumping Castle Accident
Commander Debbie Williams has confirmed the death of four kids, it has been further added that the children have been transported in rescue helicopters which were used to take them to the hospital, the ambulance crew and the police team were at the spot at the time.
It has been further stated by Williams, “There is no doubt that this has been a very confronting and distressing scene,” he further stated, “Counselling is being made available to the families affected by this in the school community along with the first responders.”
The accident is going to rank among Australia’s deadliest incidents involving an amusement ride and this has brought sadness for the whole nation and the whole country seems to be mourning the deaths of the kid and people are also praying for the kids who are in the hospital in a critical condition.
Bouncy Castle Accident
“On a day when these children were meant to be celebrating their last day of primary school, instead we’re all mourning their loss,”, this has been stated by Darren Hine who is Tasmania Police Commissioner. It has been further stated by Tasmanian premier Peter Gutwein, “it is simply inconceivable that this shocking tragedy has occurred” and promised a thorough investigation.
There are going to be further revelations in the story in the coming days and weeks, we are going to be on our toes in order to provide you with further details as soon as something comes under our radar, our thoughts and prayers are with our friends and family of the deceased individuals, may their souls rest in peace, we pray for the kids who are in the hospital fighting for their life.