At least 21 children injured by collapsed platform in Barrio Logan

At least 21 children injured by collapsed platform in Barrio Logan

At least 21 children injured by collapsed platform in Barrio Logan

Twenty-one children and two adults were injured when a platform collapsed at an indoor physical fitness center in San Diego, California. Seventeen children were taken to hospitals to be treated for minor injuries.

San Diego Police officials said that the incident occurred at Vault PK at 1699 Main Street after a 10-by-30-feet platform suspended 10 feet off the ground collapsed, falling on at least 21 children.

Joe Saari said that when he and his wife dropped off their two children for a few hours, there were 100 to 150 kids at the warehouse, which includes trampolines and bouncy houses.

San Diego Fire-Rescue Department spokesman Jose Ysea said investigators were at the scene of the incident in the morning Sunday and were checking to make sure the training facility had all of its permits in order.

Fire department spokesman Jose Ysea said numerous children were taken to hospitals.

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Roy Miller then called her son into the room with him and barricaded himself in the bedroom, according to the arrest report. The verbal argument allegedly turned physical, with Nicole Miller saying he pushed her around and grabbed her hair.

No other information was available.

"It was a freak accident", Smith said.

"What happened was they had pizza party up on the platform in that building", said Corey Brizendine, who was at the facility with his two children.

Vault PK owner and founder Jessica Ho issued a statement about the accident to ABC News. A snapchat video obtained by FOX5 shows broken wooden planks and shattered glass covering the floor while parents move children to a safer area. Children huddled nearby in groups, some with parents. Their safety has always been a priority. "That is all we can say for now".

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