Trampoline Injuries Spark Warning from Paramedics

School Holidays see a Spike in Calls

Trampoline Injuries Spark Warning from Paramedics

We’re only a week into school holidays, but trampoline injuries are already high on the list of NSW Ambulance call-outs for accidents involving children.

Since the first of July, paramedics have attended twelve cases across NSW involving trampolines and other jumping apparatus, including a 12 year old boy in East Wagga who suffered a neck injury.

Paramedics are urging parents and caregivers to maintain their supervision, and for motorists to also be mindful that more children are on the streets, with road injuries also increasing in the first week of holidays.

 

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