fairground workers found guilty of causing death of seven-year-old girl when bouncy castle blew away
The little girl who was killed when the inflatable castle she was playing exploded.
Grant went to the playground in Essex Harlow in the summer and her family included her father and five childrenyear-
Lily, sister of March 2016.
The 29-year-old married couple William Thurston and 26-year-old Shelby Thurston were running inflatable castles for their employer Thurston\'s playground.
Chelmsford Crown Court heard that the wind speed is increasing throughout the day, with the highest gust reaching level 35.
40 miles an hour later in the afternoon.
But the couple continued to keep the children on the inflatable castle without making sure it was secured to the ground safely.
A inflatable slide has been closed on Thursday and says they will do the same for the inflatable castle, but wait for the summer to finish her turn on the \"circus Superdome.
After a while, the wind blew it into the air and pulled it out of the 300-meter-deep hillside.
Summer\'s father, Lee Grant, told the court how he chased the inflatable castle and found it deflated on the ground with his daughter.
\"I just heard my mom screaming\" no \"and it exploded in a few seconds,\" he said . \".
\"I just saw some sort of cable flying in the air and it exploded.
\"I remember it blowing on some sort of RV and continuing to walk in the fields.
I started chasing inflatable castles on the court.
Mr. Grant\'s daughters visited their home in Norwich and described the plane as up to 50 feet (15m)
Before \"rolling and rolling\", in the air, it seems that it hit a tree and finally stopped in front of the fence.
He was taken to hospital in the summer, but died of injury a few hours later.
Shelby Thurston told the court that when she tried to comfort Lily and her grandmother, Lily told her: \"I think summer is terrible.
Her husband described the incident as \"the worst thing I \'ve ever seen \".
He admitted that he had \"no scientific way\" to measure the wind speed of the day, and that the weather warning from the aylow may office was in place before the Katie storm arrived.
Kara Black, the mother of the summer, called her a \"smart, beautiful, and cutest little girl\" and added: \"It makes no sense.
Mr. Grant, who defended the verdict in court, said: \"She is the happiest, most polite and most beautiful girl in the world.
I still can\'t accept that she\'s not here.
We all love you so much that you will always be with us.
\"On Thursday on Whiterose Road, wilberton, denied serious pajamas slaughter and failed to perform their health and safety duties, but was found guilty by most on Wednesday.
When the verdict was read out, their relatives panted and cried, while MS Blake appeared to be in tears as he left the court before the hearing ended.
Judge Garnham, who postponed the sentence until later, said he would \"seriously consider imprisonment \".
DCI Danny Stoten, an investigation officer at the Essex serious crime bureau, said outside the court that Summer\'s family was \"pleased and pleased with the results \".
\"Thursday puts the profit before safety,\" he added . \".
\"They carry a huge weight on their shoulders, which is for the safety of children and loved ones of others.
\"They put profits first, they ignored the rules and regulations, they did not carry out the checks that they should have done, and sadly lost their lives in the summer.
\"Nikolai ruat, the Crown prosecutor (CPS)
He said: \"William and Shelby Thurston failed to ensure that the elastic Castle was fully anchored on the ground and that the weather conditions were not monitored to ensure it was safe to use it.
\"They denied that their actions were negligent, but CPS and the police, with the help of the health and safety supervisor, established a strong case and proved it to the jury, thursday violated their duty of care to the summer.
\"We are with family and friends in summer.