|Rescuers and journalists work in front of the big wheel known as "Around the World" or "Wheel of fortune" after an accident at the International Park funfair in Rosario, Argentina, Aug. 10, 2013. Two people died and many other got injured, including three children who were taken to hospital. (Xinhua/Jose Granata/TELAM)
BUENOS AIRES, Aug. 10 (Xinhua) -- Two were killed and seven others injured Saturday afternoon after one cabin of a big wheel came loose and fell from a height of 30 meters at the amusement park of Independence Park in Argentine northern city of Rosario.
Argentine C5N reported that three children who were among the injured in the tragedy in Rosario, 310 km north of Buenos Aires, have been taken to Children's Hospital of Victor J. Vilela.
The accident occurred on Saturday afternoon when the park was crowded with visitors, many of whom were families taking kids.
This was the second accident that hit Rosario within a week. On Aug. 6, a blast, caused by a furnace gas leak, killed at least 14 and injured 63 others.