Due to the wind, 4 children died after falling from a jumping game in a school in Australia


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Four children were killed and others seriously injured after they fell from a rubber “jumping game” in strong winds at a school in the Australian state of Tasmania.

Police said, according to “Russia Today”, that the children fell from the game after it flew 10 meters in the air due to strong winds and exploded in the air.

The accident occurred while the school was holding a party to mark the end of the school year.

Darren Heine, the Tasmanian police commissioner, said the children who died included two boys and two girls in sixth grade, making them 10 or 11 years old. Police later confirmed the death of another child in hospital.

He added: “Five children were taken to hospital, four of whom are in critical condition. An investigation is underway into the accident.”

Tasmanian Premier Peter Gutwin described the incident as “simply unimaginable” and said: “I know this is a strong and compassionate community and they will stand by and support each other.”

“Many children fell from the jumping castle. It looks like they may have fallen from a height of about 10 metres,” Tasmanian Police Chief Debbie Williams told reporters. “This is a very tragic event. Our thoughts are with the families, with the wider school community and also with our first responders.” .

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