Emergency services called to serious incident Gorleston beach

Gorleston beach accident

FACEBOOK ACCIDENT The tragic accident happened on Gorleston beach in Norfolk on Saturday afternoon

She was rushed to hospital but was sadly pronounced dead.

A spokeswoman said: "We attended the incident this morning at Gorleston beach, involving a patient using inflatable equipment".

The East of England Ambulance Service said it received more than a dozen calls related to the incident, according to PA.

Bouncy castles should be temporarily banned in public areas after the death of a child in Norfolk, an MP has said.

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The young girl was taken to the James Paget Hospital but died.

"A parent myself, I can't imagine the grief being experienced by the family during this hard time".

A police cordon remains at the scene while enquiries continue. She'd been playing on the trampoline in a section of the beach called Bounce About, which also has an inflatable slide, traditional trampolines and a rodeo ride.

One witness claimed in a post on social media that the bouncy castle in Gorleston had "exploded" and that the child was thrown several feet into the air, the Evening Standard reported.

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The owner of the bouncy castle reportedly said it exploded because of the heat.

Earlier this year, a United Kingdom couple was found guilty of the gross negligence manslaughter of a girl who died when a bouncy castle she was in blew away with her trapped inside it.

A joint investigation into the death of the girl - who was visiting the beach with her family from Suffolk - has been launched by police and the Health and Safety Executive.

Robert Halfon said the Government needed to assess the inspection regimes of bouncy castles and consider placing a ban on them until it was certain they were safe.

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Summer Grant was killed after a bouncy castle that had not been properly secured to the ground blew away at an Easter fair in Harlow, Essex, a trial at Chelmsford Crown Court heard.

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