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India carnival ride plummets 50 feet, injuring multiple people – including children – in horrifying video

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NOIDA, INDIA - OCTOBER 7: A huge Ferris wheel during the Dussehra fair at Ramlila Ground, on October 7, 2019 in Noida, India. (Photo by Virendra Singh Gosain/Hindustan Times via Getty Images) Multiple people, including at least five children, were injured after a high-rise swing at a fair in northern India malfunctioned and plummeted to the ground below.

The horrific moment, caught on camera, occurred Sunday around 9:15 p.m. on the Dussehra fairgrounds in the city of Mohali. A video of the accident shows the high-rise spinning ride slowly ascending a column.

The swing remains at the top for a moment before free-falling about 50 feet. The swing slams into the ground, causing several people to fly out of their seats.

Screams are audible as the scene unfolds in front of horrified fair attendees.Good Samaritans helped load the injured riders into police vans as there were no ambulances on the fairgrounds, local outlet NDTV reported.

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