norfolk \'bouncy castle explosion\': girl, 3, who died in norfolk was from suffolk
Police said he was from Suffolk. A post-
On Sunday morning, an autopsy will be carried out after the tragedy on Golston Beach, Norfolk.
Norfolk Police said: \"a family office
An autopsy will be conducted this afternoon to determine the cause of her death.
\"The police have set up a cordon at the scene while the investigation continues, which may remain the same for the rest of the day.
Superintendent Roger Wiltshire said: \"After receiving a call from ambulance service, we received a report saying that there was clearly an inflatable trampoline explosion on Gorleston beach.
\"I\'m very sad to report that a three-year-
In that incident, the old girl was injured and then died in the hospital.
\"Witnesses reported a loud noise before the incident, but we don\'t know what caused the trampoline to burst obviously at this stage, which is the purpose of our investigation of the trampoline about the next day.
\"The inflatable design was used by one person, he said, when she was the only one who was inflating.
Police say experts as far away as Wales are assisting in the investigation, and the cordon may last until Tuesday night.
Sarah Arad at the scene said that when the inflatable castle \"exploded\" and pushed a 20-foot girl into the air, she heard a loud noise.
Prior to the arrival of the medical staff, a lifeguard did about 15 minutes of CPR at the scene, she said.
Two inflators are set up and the beach is particularly busy with temperatures exceeding 21C on weekends (69F).
\"A lot of people don\'t know what\'s going on,\" Allard MS . \".
\"Very terrible and sad.
According to Sky News reporter Joe Tidy, a windbreaker was placed around the girl while the paramedics fought to save the girl.
Ambulance services in eastern England say they have received more than a dozen phone calls about the incident.
\"Several of our teams were dispatched and the first one arrived at the scene in four minutes,\" it said in a statement . \".
\"Young women were seriously injured when we arrived, their heartbeats stopped, and were taken to James Paget Hospital.
\"Sadly, she was declared dead despite all the effort and intervention.
The norfolk County police were called to the lower square of gorston at about 11: 00.
At fifteen o\'clock A. M. , it was said that the health and safety department, local authorities and the police had conducted a joint investigation into the incident.