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pictured: girl, three, killed when she was thrown 20ft from exploding inflatable trampoline as tributes are paid to the \'little princess\'
The old girl who was killed yesterday after being thrown in the air 20 feet on the exploding inflatable trampoline. Ava-
The little boy, who later died at the hospital, was seen flying into the air and flying back to the ground after witnesses heard the sound of an \"explosion\" in gorston, Norfolk.
Her mother, 25-year-old Chloe little boy, took her daughter and her family to the beach, including her sister, who was nearby when the tragedy happened.
Family tribute to Ava
May described her as \"a little girl who loves life \".
In a statement issued by the Norfolk police, they said: \"She is not your average little girl, and like anyone she meets, she will leave a lasting impression on you.
Anyone who has seen her does not want to forget her.
Her infectious laughter and smile can even light up the darkest room.
She is a little girl who loves life.
The little girl\'s family and friends paid tribute to her and set up a fair page asking to donate park benches for her honor.
Aunt Laura Reid, 28, said I will love you forever.
My little angel has a good night\'s sleep.
Everything about me, my princess!
My heart is broken.
People deliver very well.
Express wishes and donations to family members online.
Someone wrote: \"It\'s too tragic.
Pray for the family and for all those affected.
Life is so fragile and precious that every moment should be cherished and cherished.
May God bless you, dear child.
Her other aunt, Abby little boy, 21, said: \"My family and I want to build a memorial bench for our little Ava, please read our story, and help raise money for our beautiful angel family. When they watched the onlookers try to catch the girl before the paramedics and lifeguards try to catch the girl, they told them
The child came to the area from Suffolk in the heat wave.
Today, after mourners came to mourn the girl and her family, dozens of flower tributes and teddy bears were left on the scene.
Curt Johnson, the owner of the equipment in the play, also paid tribute.
He told the BBC: \"We are very shocked and express our deepest condolences to our families.
He said, \"We are now broken, we can\'t sleep, we can\'t eat, we feel sick.
Police revealed on Monday that the girl was the only person on the trampoline at the time.
When the huge inflatable device exploded, she was thrown into the air. Ava-
Mei has been playing trampoline on the beach after being taken over by one of her aunts, called \"bouncing \".
There are inflatable slides, traditional trampoline and rodeo.
A witness who returned to the scene described seeing the girl\'s mother screaming for help after watching her daughter fall off the trampoline.
However, police later said it was possible that the girl\'s aunt was there at the time, while her mother was further down the beach. The 91-year-
The old man, who did not want to be named, said: \"If you put two 6-foot tall people together, she will still fly to them.
She shot in the air-
It\'s easy to land on the beach over 20 feet.
The mother ran away screaming and crying for help.
People act together.
A girl called the police and people were cleaning up the road.
The explosion was like a big gun.
I\'m in the Navy and I can tell you that it was a huge explosion.
The public reaction to the incident was \"very good\", he said, adding: \"The lifeguards in the neighborhood are great.
He left the chair immediately and came over.
A girl opened her mouth and gave her CPR.
People are very nice and stay at a distance.
32-year-old Zoe Dane is playing her 11-20 metres from the trampoline-year-
Tiffany, the old daughter at the time of the explosion.
\"Literally everyone on the beach is screaming, it\'s almost like a slow motion,\" she said.
When the little girl was in the air, no one could do anything but people jumped up and tried to catch her, but she just fell.
Just trying to catch her is everyone\'s instinct.
My little girl described some of the things she saw from horror movies and she was very upset.
But everyone on the beach ran away.
People are there, people are helping, people are trying to get to the vibrators, and no one can do better than them.
It\'s great that everyone has just worked together.
Little girl is very small.
I know she\'s three years old but looks younger than her.
The holes dug by MS and Tiffany on the beach still exist.
Dye MS added: \"I just took a picture of my little girl digging that hole.
We had a good time.
\"She stayed at school for a week so I thought I would take her on the beach for a day and then there was a huge explosion.
The next few seconds were terrible.
I called an ambulance and others called an ambulance.
The emergency service was excellent and arrived in a few minutes.
The lifeguard is also
He did not stop and did everything he could.
Molene Allen, a woman who bought flowers and left a note at the scene, said: \"I have 16 grandchildren, I love them very much, and I know how it feels to lose a child.
\"It must be very bad for parents.
I can only say that now, otherwise I will cry.
Police say the girl died in an inflatable castle, but a leasing company that had nothing to do with the incident described it as an inflatable trampoline \".
Sara Robinson of Cribs and Bibs Group, a company not considered relevant to the incident, said: \"Baby cots and Bibs inflatable toys want to express our hearts and deepest sympathy to the families of the unfortunate little girl who lost her life.
\"While I don\'t want to guess yesterday\'s events without knowing the full facts, we have to point out that this didn\'t happen on the inflatable castle,\" she said.
\"This is a sealed inflatable trampoline, which means that a machine is used to fill in the air and insert a plug to keep the air like a huge balloon.
\"It is not possible to occur on an inflatable with a constant airflow, as the seams allow the air to escape.
Roger Wiltshire, commander of the Greater Yarmouth district of the Norfolk Police Department, thinks the girl\'s death is an unspeakable tragedy.
He said: \"The trampoline was designed for one person, and she was the only one there at the time.
As far as I can tell, her mother is watching nearby, \"I am a father myself and I can\'t imagine what this family will go through.
You go out for a day in a place like Gorleston and that happens.
He also said that specially trained family liaisons were comforting the girl\'s family.
Other parents also talked about their fears after seeing the child thrown out of an inflatable toy on the beach and later died.
Witnesses described hearing the \"greatest explosion\" and saw the girl \"suddenly\" lift-off before the emergency service desperately used CPR to keep her alive. Kayla-
Sitting just a few meters away from the accident, Ann Weaver said: \"I can\'t believe what I just saw at Golston beach.
I will never let my daughter in a castle with flexibility.
My idea is to be with the little girl\'s family.
I\'m right next to it, the girls want to go on, I said no.
I was sitting next to the fence and I heard a loud noise and I turned around and a little pink girl flew up and down.
They gave her CPR right away.
She looks a lot younger than she was four years old. It is terrible.
Cherish every moment, you never know what will happen in the blink of an eye.
Karen Selle was leaving the beach when he said: \"I was leaving the beach and I heard the biggest explosion and turned around right away.
\"I was at the top of the stairs on the edge of the cliff overlooking the beach where the people were and everyone was shocked.
\"I spoke to someone who described how the girl was thrown into the air and landed on the floor.
This is terrible.
A man gave the girl a period of CPR before she was sent to the hospital.
\"The inflatable castle is not like what I have seen before.
It\'s like a trampoline, so you can jump higher than a normal trampoline.
The child was taken to the James padit hospital where she died.
The temperature reaches 23C (73F)
Three miles from Grand Yarmouth, family members make the most of the heat wave.
The 47-year-old owner, Curt Johnson, was not present at the time of the tragedy, saying the inflatable could explode in the heat.
This is very disturbing, Johnson added.
\"We have been on the beach for a long time and it must have been several years and it was the first accident we had there and it was very shocking.
Joint investigation between health and safety supervisors (HSE)
The local government and police have investigated the incident.
Ambulance services in eastern England say they have received more than a dozen phone calls about the incident.
A spokesman said: \"We took part in the incident this morning at goleston beach, involving a patient using an inflatable device.
Just after eleven o\'clock A. M. , I received a dozen phone calls, including several field personnel including the Royal National Lifeboat Association (RNLI)
Several of our teams were dispatched, and the first one came to the scene in four minutes.
On our arrival, the young woman was seriously injured, her heart beat stopped, and was taken to James Paget Hospital.
Sadly, she was declared dead despite all the effort and intervention.
\"We would like to thank all of you who responded in a hurry to this young patient and did everything possible to give her treatment and care.
At this time, our thoughts are with our family.
Carl Smith, deputy head of the Greater Yarmouth autonomous city council, said: \"It is a tragic and shocking event, and at this sad moment our thoughts and compassion are with family and friends
Environmental Services officials at the Greater Yarmouth Municipal Council are currently working with the Health and Safety Administration to support police investigations.
\"Until we know what is causing this tragic incident, we are unable to comment further, but we will provide all possible support to the police who lead the investigation, and as a precautionary measure, we are looking into all the other similar devices on the beach in our autonomous city.
As the police are currently leading the investigation, it is not appropriate to comment further at this stage.
The event was a tragic event of a recent fun day with a large inflatable toy.
William Thurston, 29, married Shelby Thurston, 26
Who is responsible for the \"complete prevention\" death of a seven personyear-
Old girl blown away in a bouncy castle, they are not properly protected
Sentenced to three years in prison in June
In the summer Grant was blown up by a gust of wind at the Easter fair in Essex Harlow and \"drove\" it down 300 metres before he died, and the trial at Chelmsford Criminal Court was completed.
The couple, located on Wilburton Whitecross Road near Ely, cam county, were both convicted of manslaughter and health and safety after the incident on March 26, 2016.
An investigation jury in May 2010 ruled that the deaths of two women in Durham County were accidental, who were killed in an inflatable art explosion.
68-year-old Elizabeth Anne Collins and 38-year-old Claire fridges died after the dream space art explosion in Chesterle-
Streets of July 2006
Summer grandmother Rachel Chamberlain pays tribute to the young victim who died on Sunday, saying: \"Just two weeks ago, the person responsible for the death of my granddaughter Xia was imprisoned, I sincerely hope this will never happen again!
Things must change!
My heart is bleeding and devastating for this family!
Others pay tribute to the young girl who has not yet been named on Facebook.
Ryan Griffin wrote: \"While she was there, the bouncing castle exploded and she flew up 20 feet in the air.
\"Keep your children away from the unsafe castles! !
All the ideas are there (sic)
Family tear small x huge walk-in structure -
Half the size of a football field
Take off in a gust of wind with 20 tourists inside.
Furmedge MS from Chesterle-
Street and MS Collings from Seaham were injured when they fell from the artwork.
Several other people were seriously injured.
The survey heard that there was no detailed discussion on how to fix the structure to the ground.
To prevent more deaths, politicians are now calling for a ban on the castle.
Robert haffin, Conservative MP for Essex Harlow-where seven-year-
Old Summer Grant was blown away by an inflatable castle from his berth in 2016.
It is hoped that politicians will consider a temporary ban.
On Sunday night, he wrote on Twitter: \"After two terrible tragedies, the government needs to pay attention to the update of regulations and inspection systems and consider temporarily banning inflatable castles in public areas, until we are sure they are safe.
Mr. Halfon has written to the Speaker of the House of Commons asking for urgent questions on the matter on Monday.
Brandon Lewis, a Tory MP for Greater Yarmouth, wrote on Twitter: \"absolutely tragic, family and friends have ideas, too sad.
Joint investigation between health and safety supervisors (HSE)
The local government and police have started.
Register of international game inspectors (RPII)
The company certified inspectors of inflatable rides and issued a joint statement today. It said: \'[We]
On July 1, I was saddened by the unfortunate death of a girl in Norfolk Gorleston beach on what was considered an inflatable trampoline, and the two bodies of the certified staff expressed their sincere condolences to her family.
The statement added: \"It is not appropriate to comment before knowing the facts of this tragic incident, but RPII and PIPA provide full support to the health and safety supervisor, police and other authorities are under investigation.