Two bouncy castles were sent flying in a freak ‘tornado’ in YorkshireCredit: Magnus News
A THREE-year-old girl was among four injured when a freak “tornado” sent two bouncy castles flying in a Yorkshire park today.
Toilets were blown over and branches fell from trees as the wind lifted a bouncy castle and inflatable slide 30ft into the air.
Children could be heard screaming in the video as panicked families were forced to flee the scene alongside hundreds of attendees.
Yorkshire Ambulance Service said four people had been taken to hospital including the three-year-old, whose injuries are not believed to be serious.
Two other patients were taken to Hull Royal Infirmary, but the ambulance service was unable to say what their injuries were.
A fourth person was taken to Doncaster Royal Infirmary.
Thankfully it appears no kids were on the bouncy castle when the gust of wind hit.
Severe gales of up to 91 mph hit Northern Spain, swirled around the Bay of Biscay and moved onto France where two boats capsized – one being a rescue boat who had gone to the aid of the other distressed boat.
In the Northern part of Spain, many homes were damaged, trees uprooted, coastal towns deserted and transport disrupted coupled with flooding.
Trees also uprooted in parts of the Netherlands.
Parts of S/SW of the UK has been hit with flooding.