girl who died in inflatable trampoline incident was at ...
On a British beach, a little girl who was dropped from an inflatable trampoline has been visiting the area with her family, police said.
The young man, who was not named by the police, was injured in Gorleston. on-
Sea in Norfolk on Sunday morning.
Norfolk Police said the child from Suffolk was on the beach with her mother.
Superintendent Roger Wiltshire said: \"After receiving a call from ambulance service, we received a report saying that there was clearly an inflatable trampoline explosion on Gorleston beach.
\"I\'m very sad to report that a three-year-
In that incident, the old girl was injured and then died in the hospital.
\"Witnesses reported a loud noise before the incident, but we don\'t know what caused the trampoline to burst obviously at this stage, which is the purpose of our investigation of the trampoline about the next day.
\"The inflatable design was used by one person, he said, when she was the only one who was inflating.
Police say experts as far away as Wales are assisting in the investigation, and the cordon may last until Tuesday night.
Suby Wiltshire said the incident was \"unimaginable \".
\"I am a father myself and you can\'t imagine what they will go through,\" he said . \".
\"You came out for a day in a seaside town like big Yarmouth and gorerston, didn\'t you, as a father, you know, we stood in front of a bouncy castle for hours, watch the children jump up and down.
\"This is unimaginable.
He said the attraction is licensed.
Tribute items, including teddy bears and a bunch of flowers, are piled up on metal fences surrounding the beach area, and the deflated inflatable device is still there on Monday morning.
A uniformed police officer placed a tribute to the scene behind the police video.
A tribute wrote: \"It\'s too fast.
Think about all your family.
Such a sad loss.
Sleep tight angel
Police in norfolk County said they were summoned to the scene at around 11.
Conduct a joint survey with the health and safety supervisor at fifteen o\'clock A. M. on Sunday (HSE)
The local parliament is in progress.
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An autopsy will be performed on Monday to determine the cause of the girl\'s death.