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This Boy's Trampoline Accident and Misdiagnosis is an Important Warning to Parents

The family's story may prevent future accidents.

With spring just around the corner, many kids across the country are eager to resume their favorite outdoor activities. However, as one family's near-tragic accident shows, there are some games that parents should be cautious about.

During a family party in July of. His parents immediately feared the worst. They called 111—the English equivalent of 911—and were told by the operator that he had probably only suffered a muscle injury and should be given ibuprofen.

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