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Families and community members are mourning after five children died from a tragedy

Local police said that the death toll from the tragic event, which occurred on Thursday, had risen from four to…


Families and community members are mourning after five children died from a tragedy

Local police said that the death toll from the tragic event, which occurred on Thursday, had risen from four to five while several other children remained in hospital in a critical condition. Authorities were called to the scene after the children fell from a jumping castle that was blown into the air at the school in Devonport.

Five children have now died and several remain in a critical condition after falling from a jumping castle that was blown into the air at a primary school in the Tasmanian city of Devonport on Thursday morning.

Another child has died from their injuries sustained when a wind gust lifted a jumping castle 10 metres into the air, taking the death toll from the tragedy in Tasmania to five.

What people are saying?

Alfred Coleclough Just read in newspaper that a ‘go fund me’ page has been set up to help the families raise money to help towards funeral costs. This happened on last day of school at a school organised event. The educaton/government department should meet the cost of this awful tragedy.

CryptoNat  My heart is truly breaking about this. The pain I feel knowing 5 young children have died today is only a tiny fraction of what their families must feel today and for the rest of their lives. My thoughts are forever with them all. A sad day I hope never ever happens again.

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