7 Oklahoma students harmed in accident with inflatable obstacle course

Posted on Tuesday, May 28th, 2013 at 2:02 pm    

Seven children were injured after an inflatable obstacle course was flipped over by wind at an elementary school in south Oklahoma on the afternoon of May 14.

According to reports, a group of fifth graders was injured after the “Rat Race” inflatable obstacle that they were on was flipped onto another inflatable play place. Five of the students sustained injuries, but were treated and later released from the hospital.  Additionally, two other students were treated for concussions and broken bones.

School officials said the students were celebrating school being over for the year.

Sadly, unsafe child’s toys and products can cause serious injuries, racking up expensive medical bills. Our attorneys at the Abel Law Firm may be able to help you seek compensation if you or your child has been injured by such an unsafe product. Call (405) 239-7046 to find out how we can help.

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