Tuesday, May 30, 2023

Four-year-old girl suffocates to death inside bouncy castle

A four-year-old girl accidentally died inside a bouncy castle, at an amusement park located in the city of Mykolaiv in southern Ukraine. Apparently, the attention of the people in charge of the attraction was on the mobile phone when the minor was drowning.

The events took place over a weekend when the family wanted to have a pleasant and secluded time to lighten the weight of the war ravaging their town, however, what seemed to be a pleasant afternoon turned into a tragedy.
bouncy castle attendant They found a four-year-old girl trapped in one of the ropes of the structure. Mother asked them to review the attraction, assuring that she had not heard her daughter Valeria’s laughter for some time.

Natalia Kuchinska, a close friend of the family, announced in the local media that, first of all, the mother of the minor He thought his daughter had lost consciousness after heat stroke While playing, he tried to wake her up, but she did not respond.

Witnesses to the situation called an ambulance while another man performed mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and chest compressions on little Valeria in an attempt to save her life.

According to Kuchinska, there were no paramedics at the amusement park Had to resort to extreme measures like getting dentists from a nearby clinic to provide first aid care and so that the girl could get some kind of medical help.

By the time ambulance crews arrived at the scene, it was too late for Valeria. The girl was declared dead on the spot. as a result of suffocation.

According to the story of the mother who could not stop repeating the fateful day, when were they going to go home the girl told him please let him play for a while Inside the palace, just a few more minutes. The female agreed and went to the area set up for the parents.

According to a report filed by the authorities, the site had an obstructed view of the attraction. Later, local police found that three employees in charge of the children’s safety were apparently distracted by cell phone When the accident happened

The owner of Bouncy Castle, a 45-year-old man, was detained by officers and could face up to eight years in prison if convicted over the incident. At present, the investigation is on.

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