Attendees of the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Jamboree in Colorado witnessed a scary ordeal take place as a bouncy house from the event blew several feet with children trapped inside.
According to local news reports, two kids were stuck inside the blow-up house when it began to roll over 200-feet away after breaking loose from its restraints.
Winds on the field were said to have reached over 30 mph during the daytime event.
"We're on the sidelines of the parents watching the game and then out of the side saw the bouncy house come over and everybody running for it to get out of the way," Aleah Horstman told KUSA.
One of the kids involved, a young girl, was said to have been thrown out of the bouncy slide eight feet into the air as it rolled.
A boy was stuck inside the house, however, and authorities find him in the structure once the rolling had come to a halt.
The girl was treated and released at the scene, but the boy was taken to a local hospital for minor injuries.
The bouncy house was operated by a company called Airbound, and a representative told local outlets that their product was staked into the ground and safety precautions were taken.