Three children seriously injured in revolving disaster

Three children seriously injured in revolving disaster

Bayreuth : Germany | Sep 07, 2011 at 5:04 AM PDT
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At full speed the holder of a carousel broke at a folk festival in the Bavarian Hemau. A child was ejected, suffered serious multiple injuries..

At a folk festival in the Bavarian Hemau are in an accident on a roundabout three children were seriously injured. The police in nearby Regensburg announced that the evening was at full speed of the carousel, a holding rod broke. The three children occupied with the gondola then swerved and collided with several metal posts.

A nine-year-old girl was reportedly ejected from the car and was seriously injured in the head. She was operated on the night in one of Regensburg Hospital, a police spokesman said. Her condition was stable. Their eleven-year old sister and another girl of eleven is also attracted to serious injuries. A 13-year-old sister, who watched the accident from outside, suffered a nervous breakdown.

The prosecutor dropped the carousel confiscate and ordered a report on the cause of the crash. The accident occurred on the Tangrintel Folk Festival, the largest folk festival in the district of Regensburg. By security forces and the fire brigade had to stop after the accident onlookers from the crash site.

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Three children seriously injured in revolving disaster
Discostar The carousel on the Folk Festival in Hemau (Upper Palatinate). Three girls aged between nine and eleven were seriously injured ...
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