Two boys have been hurt after a bouncy castle was BLOWN AWAY during ‘freak’ strong winds.
The boys, aged five and six, were thrown from the inflatable as it reached at least 15 feet into the air in South Glens Fall, New York.
One of the boys even landed on a parked car.
The six-year-old suffered a serious head injury while the younger boy broke both arms after being tossed from the bouncy castle on Monday.
Witness Taylor Seymour told the Post-Star: “It was like a horror movie – it just kept going up and up. It cleared our building and the trees.”
She said the wind “picked the structure up and spun it around, as if it was in a small tornado”.
A 10-year-old girl who was also inside the runaway toy was thrown from it shortly after take-off.
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