A gust of wind caught a bouncy castle at a children’s tournament on Sunday and tore it up. Several children fell from a height of four to five meters. On Monday, the police reported that all the children were out of danger.
On Monday, the police reported that all the children were out of danger. Four of the children have since left the clinics.
On Monday it was announced that a preliminary investigation into negligent bodily harm had been initiated. The police are collecting data and information about the course of the accident and questioning witnesses, said a spokesman for the Koblenz police headquarters on Monday. The bouncy castle was secured.
According to initial investigations, the bouncy castle was caught by the wind and pulled up several meters, the police said. The playing children fell from a height of four to five meters. The police seized the bouncy castle . In the afternoon, officers loaded the shell of the gaming device onto a police bus. A police helicopter was also in action. A children’s football tournament had been held on the sports field.
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