Australia seriously injured after a child fell off the zipline Adventure park.
His 7 meter fall can injure his back and abdomen.
Daily Mailreported that a 9 year old child was about 50 meters away from the zipline course when he fell.
He was with his family on the Woomby Treetop Challenge on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland.
The park has 12 zip lines ranging from 3 to 35 meters above the ground.
The attraction website describes it as "the tallest, largest and most thrilling high rope adventure park" in the country.
The child was taken by ambulance to Sunshine Coast University Hospital and is now in a stable condition. He has not been nominated.
X-rays determine if he suffered a spinal injury, but an ambulance clerk reported that he was conscious and talked all the time.
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