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2 boys injured after \'bounce house\' flies 20 feet into air
The South Glens Falls Police Department said in a statement that the House reached a height of 15 to 20 feet.
Police said the two boys were still in hospital on Wednesday and were in stable condition, AP reported.
According to The Associated Press, a boy with a head injury was in a medical coma.
A boy was dropped in a parked car and another boy fell on the street. A 10-year-
According to WNYT, the little girl was also thrown out of the bounce house and slightly injuredTV in Albany.
According to police reports, witnesses said the house had been nailed to the ground.
This is not the first time the children have been injured because the toys were blown away.
According to www. www, at least 10 inflatable devices in the country were blown down by the wind or collapsed under excessive weight in 2011, injuring more than 40 people. rideccidents.
A website that tracks accidents at rides.
According to The Associated Press, 13 people were hospitalized after an incident in New York that year.
In Arizona, two accidents in the Tucson area in 2011 injured four children, including sisters in the bounce house in February.
According to The Associated Press, on April, a boy and a girl were blown up in a bounce house in three lanes.
A consumer product safety committee report released in 2005 linked the growing popularity of inflatable toys to the increasing number of injuries treated in hospital emergency rooms from 1997 to 2004.
The agency found that an estimated 1,300 people were injured in 1997 and an estimated 4,900 in 2004.
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