Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Stopping Bouncing play houses from flying


Bounce House Disaster
at
Fort Lauderdale, Florida Beach
 
How about a play areas with a   ballast?

A bouncy house disaster in Fort Lauderdale, Florida flew into the air and left four children injured – one seriously. A waterspout spun onto the short at the beach park and lifted two bounce houses about 50 feet into the air on Monday.

The bouncy house disaster sent three children to the Broward Health Medical Center, according to Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue Deputy Chief Timothy Heiser. All three of the children injured in the Florida bounce house accident were under 8 years old. Two of the children were released after being treated for “minor injuries, including fractures,” and a third was kept overnight for observation. The fourth child injured in the Fort Lauderdale bouncy house accident was treated at the scene.


To or to rent?


The country let alone Florida must make strict laws
to re-building and/or selling
these potently flying houses
with our children inside.

Or

Better yet
If a company made their play areas with a   ballast
It would far out-sell all others.

As with any boat or ship,
 these play-areas need to have ballast
the length and width or the play area.

The renter and/or the buyer
must sign a certified letter
stating that before anyone
is allowed inside
it must be filled with water!

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