SOUTH GLENS FALLS, NY - Two boys were seriously injured when they reportedly fell out of bouncy castle this afternoon in upstate New York.
Police said the children’s bounce house was lifted at least 20 feet in the air by strong winds.
According to an article on TMZ.com, the 5- and 6-year-old boys were airlifted to Albany Medical Center. Their conditions are unknown.
WNYT said parents told them one boy landed on a parked car and the other landed on asphalt. There was also a 10-year-old girl in the house when it went airborne, but she appeared to be uninjured.
According to the TMZ.com article, police said the house was staked into the ground and several adults were present at the time.
Police are viewing the incident as a tragic accident and don’t expect charges to be filed.
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