Five children killed after falling from ride in Australia

Five children were killed and four others were injured when a children’s play ride fell off Bouncy Castle at a school in Australia.

The accident happened when the castle flew into the sky in strong winds, according to the country’s police. BBC News.

The accident happened on Thursday in the Australian state of Tasmania, according to various international media reports. Among the dead were three girls and two boys. The casualties are between 10 and 12 years old.

The accident happened at Hillcrest Primary School in Tasmania. The ride from which the children fell is called Bouncy Castle. This ride is basically made of plastic in the form of a castle. Its plastic walls are filled with air.

Police in the Australian state of Tasmania say a bouncy castle ride was arranged to mark an elementary school celebration. It flew in the gusty wind. Then it fell from a height of 32 feet.

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison called it an “unimaginable heartbreaking” accident. The children were having fun, he said. But it turned out to be a terrible tragedy.

Tasmania Police Commissioner Darren Hein said they were faced with a heartbreaking situation.

Health workers arrived immediately after the accident at around 10 am local time. The injured children were taken to the hospital by helicopter with first aid on the spot.

The accident happened on Thursday, the last day of the school year. The parents of the children were informed immediately after the accident.

A young woman tried to commit suicide by jumping in front of a moving train. But fortunately he not only survived, but also suffered no injuries.

The incident took place at the Sicily Metro station in Istanbul, Turkey. A CCTV footage of the incident was released by local media Daily Sabah.

As seen in the video, a young woman takes off her sleeves and prepares to jump in front of the train. As soon as the train at the subway station, he jumped! Eyewitnesses were shocked by the suddenness of the incident. Shortly afterwards, however, the young woman got out of the back of the train unharmed. A passenger on the platform helped him get out.

The girl was then taken to hospital. The hospital confirmed that he had not been injured. The young woman was reportedly suffering from psychological problems.

On the golden jubilee of Victory Day, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee paid homage to the freedom fighters and Indian soldiers who took part in the freedom struggle of Bangladesh.

In a tweet on the 50th anniversary of Bangladesh’s independence on Thursday, Mamata said, “Everyone remembers how brave the warriors fought in 1971.” We salute your sacrifice. I also remember the contribution of our army in this achievement. Your heroism still inspires us today.

Meanwhile, on the golden jubilee of Bangladesh’s victory, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday paid tribute to the martyrs of Bangladesh’s liberation war. President of India Ramnath Kobind has attended a special function marking the 50th anniversary of Bangladesh’s independence. He arrived in Dhaka on Wednesday. His visit as a ‘special guest’ was at the invitation of the President of Bangladesh, President Abdul Hamid.