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4 Children Dead at School in Australia

The Commissioner Darren Hine said the children were celebrating their final day at the primary school.

Four children have died after winds tossed a jumping castle 32 feet into the air at a primary school in Australia.

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On Thursday, Tasmania Police revealed in a statement on Facebook that in addition to the four deaths, five other children are seriously injured.

The incident took place at around 10 a.m. local time as nine fifth and sixth grade students from Hillcrest Primary in Devonport were celebrating their final day a the school.

 The children were swept up by the winds, causing the jumping castle and multiple inflatable "zorb" balls to fly through the air.

The late victims have been identified as two girls and two boys.

Of the tragedy, Commissioner Darren Hine said: "Our hearts are breaking for the families and loved ones, school mates and teachers of those children taken too soon."

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