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WorldFour children in coma after horrific jumping castle accident

07:30  31 may  2019
07:30  31 may  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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Four children have been left in a coma after a jumping castle was blown ten feet into the air before landing next to a busy main road in Ulan-Ude, Eastern Russia.

Horrific CCTV footage shows children being thrown from the jumping castle, which was overturned because of sudden high winds.

Four children in coma after horrific jumping castle accident © Supplied People can be seen chasing the castle At least five children, aged between four and six, were injured in the incident.

They were rushed to hospital in three ambulances, where they remain in intensive care.

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Four children in coma after horrific jumping castle accident © Supplied The aftermath of the tragedy A criminal investigation has been launched into “negligence” causing the disaster, said the Russian Investigative Committee.

It will be alleged the inflatable castle was not properly tethered.

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