The little boy of six fell to the attraction and got stuck. The emergency services rushed to the spot and the fire brigade succeeded in bringing the boy to break free. He was taken to the hospital but was conscious and was not in mortal danger. “They took him to the emergency room to check whether he is internal no injuries had incurred,” says mayor Vincent Van Quickenborne (Team Mayor). “An expert of the public prosecutor's office is on the spot come to the exact cause of the accident to investigate.” The attraction was Sunday for a while, closed to the public but if the evening still again. The attraction must be a re-examination to undergo, but that is routine.
“That boy was at the end of the attraction come up, but wanted suddenly to return”, says the son of the manager of the attraction. “That is obviously not the intention. The security mechanisms entered into force and the attraction stopped working. Fortunately things are going well with the little boy, this is the first time we have ever experience.”