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UTAH COUNTY, Utah — Emergency room doctors in Utah County said they’re seeing both kids and adults with severe injuries after visiting trampoline parks, and on Monday afternoon, health experts laid out their ideas to the public.
From possible age restrictions to more supervision, a number of proposed regulations are on the table for Utah County trampoline parks.
Normally, residents stand when addressing the health board, but Provo resident Kim Holman was in no shape to do that as he recapped a severe injury at a trampoline park a week and a half ago.
“When I looked at my knee, I could see it was dislocated,” he said. “My tibia had gone up an inch and a half past my femur.”
Holman was jumping from trampoline to trampoline when his knees buckled at Get Air Hang Time in Orem.
He said what truly bothers him is how the…
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