A 6-year-old boy is said to have been seriously injured while riding on the ghost train at an amusement park in Lincolnshire.
The child was riding with his sister on the ghost train at Skegness resort Botton Brothers Pleasure Beach, when it is reported that he became trapped underneath one of the carriages just after midday on Monday.
His father alerted staff after the boy failed to emerge from the ride, the Lincolnshire Echo reported. James Botton, the managing director of Pleasure Beach Amusements, told the paper: "We really do not know how he came to be out of the car."
The boy is said to have suffered back and stomach injuries and received treatment at the scene, before being airlifted to the Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham. His condition was described as conscious but distressed.