Just In Case You Thought Your Day Was Going Bad, Two Kids Fell Out Of A Mid-Air Runaway Bounce House Yesterday

Posted: May 14, 2014 by woody in Actual News
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Look in the air! Is it a bird? A Plane? Nope, just a couple of your kids flying away on a bounce house. You know, just your everyday first world problem. So yea, this happened yesterday. Strong gust of wind came and just blew away the bounce house. Guess they don’t believe/don’t know how to stake down a bounce house properly. Three kids were in the house when it took off. One, a 10-year-old girl, fell off almost immediately and only suffered a couple scrapes and bruises. Loser. The two bad-asses in the story are the 5-year-old and 6-year-old boys. One fell onto a parked car, the other straight onto a nice patch of asphalt. Both have been admitted to Albany Medical Center Hospital with “serious injuries”. The condition of the two boys has yet to be disclosed, but I’m sure they will be okay. Luckily, they were tossed from the bounce house before it reached the height its at in the photo above, which witnesses estimated to be at least 100 feet. My only question is why not just stay up there for the ride. Basically a hot air balloon at that point. I’ve only been on a hot air balloon once in my life when I was like 4 or 5, but I do remember that it was the most baller way I have ever traveled. Assuming these two kids make a full recovery, they are going to be instant celebrities. You can’t get much more “little kid respect” than flying in a bounce house and falling onto a parked car. Kids are gonna be studs all the way till puberty hits.


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