Teenager dies at fair on coast of Kent.
Emergency services were called to Penester Gardens. in Dover in early hours of Wednesday.
The site hosted a Family Fair run by Forrest Amusements of Kent, which, according to the poster, was supposed to open for public on Wednesday.
The Occupational Health and Safety Administration is investigating the circumstances of an incident which Kent police said was not “suspicious”.
A spokesman for the Southeast Coast Ambulance Service said its services were called for a “serious incident” at 7:42 a.m. in Penester Gardens. in Dover.
“We immediately sent the number of clinical resources to the scene, including our Hart team as well as critical paramedic care; however, unfortunately, it was announced at the scene that the teenage boy had passed away. added.
A Kent Police spokesman said: “The South East Coast Ambulance Service called Kent Police to Penester Gardens, Dover at 7:45 am. on Wednesday, August 3, 2022
“No suspicious circumstances have been reported and the health and safety management has been informed.”
A HSE spokesperson said: “The HSE provides assistance to emergency services. with their answer”.
representative for forest entertainment declined The commentary said the company would make a statement at a later date.
His website says it was founded in 1889 and is the largest supplier of attractions in country.
The witness said she saw “three ambulances, a couple of fire trucks and some police vehicles along Pencester Road, which was blocked off”.
“They said that there was an accident, and the entrance to the fair was cordoned off. off with ribbon, she added.