Another child has died after being injured in a children’s bounce bounce castle crash in Australia. Six children died in the accident. This information was given in the report of BBC online.
The last child to die was Chase Harrison, police said. The 11-year-old died Sunday, local time.
The baby was on life support at Hobart Hospital. His life support was opened yesterday.
The accident happened last Thursday at Hillcrest Primary School in Devonport, Tasmania.
Bouncy Castle Ride flies in the gusty wind. In this incident, 9 children fell from a height of about 32 feet.
Bounce Castle Ride is made primarily of polymer. It is made in the shape of a fort by inflating it with wind. Children play by jumping on the ride.
Police in the Australian state of Tasmania say a bouncy castle ride was arranged at the school to mark the occasion.
Five children died before Harris in the accident. They are Edison Stewart, Jane Mailer, Jay Sheehan, Jalailah Jane Marie Jones and Peter Dot. They are between 11 and 12 years old.
The two injured children are still being treated at the hospital in critical condition.
Another injured child was released from the hospital on Friday. He went to school yesterday to pay his respects to his dead classmates.
Police said that an investigation is underway into the accident. Tasmania police said yesterday that they did not want to rush into the matter. But they also understand that people are waiting to know the cause of the accident.
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