Another bounce house blows away with kids trapped inside

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ut_hkthath4eww8x4xmdoxojbro-i4w812DENVER, CO – In Colorado, two kids were hospitalized after their bounce house sent them flying into the air.

A 10-year-old girl and an 11-year-old boy were trapped inside as the inflatable bounce house blew across a field at a Colorado park.

The girl was tossed out a few feet in the air. The boy, however, wasn’t so lucky.

He just kept rolling away for another 200-300 feet before it stopped.

Now, this story may sound familiar.

Back in May, three kids in South Glens Falls, New York were injured after their bounce house lifted them close to two stories into the air.

And in 2011, 13 kids were injured after theirs flew across a field in Oceanside, New York.

Luckily, in this case the kids’ injuries were minor.

Maybe, bounce houses aren’t such a good idea.

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