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Australian bouncy castle firm charged over child deaths

  • Tasmanian bouncy castle firm Taz-Zorb has been charged for breaching safety regulations after six children died in an accident at a school fair.
  • Prosecutors allege that Taz-Zorb failed to comply with health and safety duties, exposing the children to a risk of death or serious injury.
  • The parents of the deceased children welcomed the charges, and a wider inquest into the accident has been put on hold until the investigation concludes.
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