A bounce house was carried away by wind in Colorado over the weekend, leaving two children injured.
The accident took place at Littleton, Colo.'s Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Jamboree, and witnesses say winds traveling 30 miles per hour took the inflatable structure some 300 feet across a park before it finally came to a rest.
Vanessa Atencio told KUSA that a girl was going down the slide when the bounce house was lifted, sending the girl flying "about eight feet in the air." Another witness told KUSA that it began rolling across the park "like a bag in the wind."
Both the girl and a 10-year-old boy who was trapped inside of the bounce house received medical treatment, but escaped serious injury. This comes just weeks after another bounce house flew about 50 feet into the air with three children inside in upstate New York.
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