Three children got serious injuries and rushed to the hospital after a jumping castle accident in south west Sydney on Saturday. The strong wind caused the inflatable attraction to lift up.
Before 4 p.m. Saturday, the emergency services were called to Camden Fruit Barn on Macarthur Road, Elderslie.
As it was reported to the police, three children, one three-year-old girl and two boys, aged five and six, were playing in the jumping castle “when it lifted into the air, causing the children to fall from up 8m to the ground.
"Three children were transported to Westmead Chi...