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norfolk inflatable trampoline accident – what happened at gorleston beach and why has an mp called for a ban?
An inflatable trampoline exploded on Norfolk beach and the little girl was thrown 20 feet in the air and died.
Police have arrested a man and a woman in her 40 s in connection with the tragedy at Gorleston beach in Greater Yarmouth.
This is what we know. Ava-
Mei little boy was thrown into the air from the inflatable trampoline and crashed on the ground before undergoing CPR on the spot. The three-year-
After the incident, the old man was rushed to the hospital at about 11: 00.
Sunday, July 1, at fifteen o\'clock A. M. , but shortly after arrival, the death was announced. Kayla-
Ann Weaver, sitting just a few meters away from the accident, said, \"I\'m right next to it. . .
It was behind the barrier and I heard a loud noise and I turned around and a little pink girl flew up and down.
In a tribute to the police, Ava-
Mei\'s family said: \"She is not your average little girl and anyone she meets will make a lasting impression on her.
\"Anyone who meets her does not want to forget her.
Even in the darkest room, her infectious laughter and smile lit up everything.
\"This incident has led to an appeal to the government to consider a temporary ban on air inflation in public places.
Havant Borough Council has banned the use of inflatable castles or inflatable devices in any event on its land until \"the findings of the investigation into the cause of the explosion of inflatable castles are known \".
On July 12, Norfolk Police confirmed that they had arrested two people in connection with the tragedy.
The 40-year-old man and woman were detained on suspicion of manslaughter.
They were all from the Greater Yarmouth area and were detained in the town\'s police investigation center before questioning.
Police hired experts to assist in the investigation earlier.
On the day after tot\'s death, a family office officer performed an autopsy and found that she died from a head injury.
A member of parliament called on politicians to consider a temporary ban on the use of large inflatable devices in public areas as an investigation into the tragedy at goleston Beach is underway.
Robert Haverton is a Conservative MP for Essex Harlow-year-
On 2016, old Summer Grant was killed when an inflatable castle was blown away from the berth.
The tragedy in norfolk County took place on an inflatable trampoline that was set in a different way than the inflatable castle.
After two terrible tragedies, the government needs to pay attention to the updating of regulations and inspection systems and consider temporarily banning inflatable castles in public areas until we are sure they are safe.
\"Two years ago, Grant died of injuries after a strong wind swept through a resilient Castle.
In March 2016, in a park in Essex Harlow, the Gustaf swept the inflatable device 300 metres away.
William Thurston, 29, and Shelby, 26, failed to ensure the inflatable castle was \"fully anchored\" on the ground.
In June, the two men were sentenced to three years in prison.