A light injury at a height of 10m involved in a three-year-old girl’s tako at a taiwanese takoage tournament August 31 14:08
At a deep-fried tako tournament held in northern Taiwan, a three-year-old girl was fanned by the wind while entangled in a tako and flew to a height of about 10 meters from the ground. The girl suffered minor injuries to her face and other injuries, and local authorities say they will investigate the cause of the accident and try to prevent it from re recurrence.
On the 30th, a three-year-old girl was suddenly fanned by the wind and blown to a height of about 10 meters above the ground while entangled in a large scale at a takoage event held in Shintake, northern Taiwan.
In the video taken by the person at the scene, a girl entangled in a long orange band-shaped tako is seen swinging violently up and down while rotating in the air, and screams can be heard from the ground.
And, the people who noticed the accident hurriedly lowered the tako to the ground and held the girl all at once.
According to local media, the girl was injured in the face and was immediately taken to the hospital, but the extent of the injury is light.
At the time, a wind of about 13 to 17 meters per second was blowing, and a girl weighing 13 kilograms was being blown into the air for about 30 seconds.
Local authorities say they will investigate the cause of the accident in detail and try to prevent it from reassing.