An investigation has been launched after nine children were injured when a giant inflatable slide blew over during a carnival in Dorset today.
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None of the injures were described as serious.
"In total, nine children were treated at the scene," a police spokeswoman said.
"Most were described as walking wounded and were cared for by on-site paramedics before going home. None of the injuries sustained are being described as serious."
The incident happened at the Swanage Carnival in Dorset when a bouncy castle came loose from it's moorings and blew over.
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Earlier this year, seven-year-old Summer Grant, from Norwich, died after the bouncy castle she was playing on was blown away by a gust of wind in Harlow, Essex.
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