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Bounce house blows away with three children inside
Three children were hurt after a bounce house in Upstate New York blew 50 feet into the air on Monday.
The kids, ages 5, 6 and 10, were inside the bounce house when a gust of wind swept the structure into the air, according to local media.
Several terrifying pictures of the incident have been shared across the Internet by witnesses.
The boys were around 15 feet off the ground when they fell out of the bounce house. Authorities said one of the injured boys landed on a parked car, while the other landed on asphalt. Both children, ages 5 and 6, were seriously injured.
WNYT said the third child in the bounce house, a 10-year-old girl, only suffered minor scrapes and bruises.
According to police, the bounce house was staked to the ground, but the wind managed to pull the stakes out and lift the structure into the air.
Anyone in the U.S. can buy Google glass
Google has once again made its glass headset on sale to the public. And this time it appears to be more permanent.
Last month the company did a one-day-only offer. Google said it almost ran out of stock of glass following an "overwhelming" interest in the device. Now the company has decided to offer it again at the same price of $1,500.
It's only available to those living in the United States.
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First look at Ben Affleck as Batman
Director Zack Snyder has shown off the first glimpse of Ben Affleck in his new and untitled "Batman V. Superman" film.
Snyder tweeted the image showing a more stocky Affleck alongside the new version of the Batmobile. The Batman suit appears to have a more bulging physique and stubbier ears.
The film began shooting in October 2013 and will reach cinemas in 2015.
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