An annual Fall Festival in New Jersey ended in tragedy on Saturday night when a 10-year-old girl fell off one of the rides and died after being flown to a hospital. The details of their fall are still under investigation by the New Jersey State Police.
The incident occurred on Saturday evening at 18:15. in Deerfield Township. The child was on a ride called "Extreme," where cabins spin individually as the entire ride turns in circles.
The state police made a statement on Facebook about the incident, according to which the girl suffered serious injuries from the accident and was blown up about an hour later at Cooper Hospital. You have not posted updated information.
Rides and games were closed on Sunday, as well as a planned parade. The festival, led by the Deerfield Township Recreation Committee, remained open to all other scheduled events. The organizers have expressed their condolences on the festival website, declaring that they will remain open "to offer the community a place to gather after this tragedy".
received permission to reopen on Sunday, but said in a Facebook post that they were "completely broken" about what happened.
"Words can not express our feelings and we express our deepest condolences to the family and to the loved ones of the individual," the statement said. "We ask you to keep it in your mind."
Skellys Amuseuments later added that they "did not have it in our hearts" to perform Sunday's rides, and reimbursed the festival ticket booth.