Dangers of Inflatable Bounce Houses

A new report says that a child is hurt in a bounce house every 46 minutes.
1:17 | 11/26/12

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And another about those inflatable bounce houses. A fixture of children's pears for so many american families. A report today says a child is hurt every 46 minutes and one of them every 46 minutes and abc's bazi kanani has the new epidemic of injuries. Oh, my god. Of what can go very wrong. In this instance in new york, a wind gust hurled a bouncy house across a field with children still inside. 13 people were hurt. A new study shows a 15-fold increase in bouncer related injuries over the last two de decades now sending an average of 31 children to the emergency room each day with broken bones, sprains, and sometimes concussions. You always want these staked down. You always have to have these things anchored well and never ever use in the wind. Reporter: He requires parents to sign a safety contract, no mixing bigger kids with smaller kids and constant supervision. This is meant for bouncing, not for flipping. No flipping or roughhousing. Reporter: To keep them from colliding or falling victim t an increasingly childhood hazard. Bazi kanani, abc news, new york.

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