Child's fall raises alarm over condition of McDonald's PlayPlace
- November 5, 2007 4:18 PM
- By Enza Uda
Parents say worn play equipment should be replaced
A B.C. couple is raising serious concerns about the condition of the play area inside a McDonald's restaurant, after their 2½-year-old son fell headfirst through a hole in the net at a McDonald's PlayPlace in Delta, B.C.
Jens and Yvonne Otterstadt told CBC News they believe equipment at that restaurant is not properly maintained.
"It's so dangerous inside with a lot of holes inside it and it's incredible. I have never seen something like this," Jens said. "Horrible. I can't believe that kids are playing there."
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