JEFFERSON CO., Colo. -- Two children were hurt when the inflatable bouncy slide they were on was swept away by the wind.
According to KUSA, it happened at the Rocky Mountain Lacross Jamboree Saturday. The wind picked up to around 30 miles per hour, picking up the structure while a girl was going down the slide.
Witnesses said the girl flew about eight feet into the air.
A boy was also caught on the slide. The slide kept traveling through the wind across the field before it finally stopped.
The girl and boy had minor injuries.
Just last month, two boys in New York were hospitalized after a gust of wind blew an inflatable house off the ground while they were playing inside. One landed on a parked car and the other on asphalt.