Nine children were hurt when an inflatable slide came loose from its moorings and blew over at a carnival.
One of the children was taken to hospital, while three others were taken to a minor injuries unit following the incident at Swanage Carnival in Dorset.
The five other children were described as "walking wounded", and after being cared for on-site by paramedics they went home.
None of the injuries were described as serious.
Earlier it was reported that 13 children had been injured when a bouncy castle came loose from its moorings, but Dorset Police confirmed that the total was in fact nine and that it was an inflatable slide.
An air ambulance was called to the scene, but was stood down.
The inflatable slide belonged to a private stallholder attending the carnival and police said the Health and Safety Executive had been informed of the incident.
Thirteen children were treated for minor injuries after a bouncy castle came loose from its moorings at Swanage Carnival.
Two of the thirteen children were taken to Poole Hospital after complaining of neck pains, while a third remains being treated at the scene.
The other 10 children either stayed to enjoy the carnival or went home.
None of the injuries are described as serious.
Dorset Police remain at the scene in Shore Road, speaking to festival organisers.
Three children aged six and seven were injured when a bouncy castle came loose from its moorings at Swanage Carnival.
One child was treated at the scene, while the other two have been taken to Poole hospital with neck injuries.
The spokesperson for South Western Ambulance Service noted that conditions at the scene were windy.
An air ambulance has been called to treat children injured in Dorset after a bouncy castle came loose from its moorings at the Swanage Carnival.
A number of children are being treated by paramedics after a bouncy castle came loose in Swanage, Dorset Police have said.