A person who was taken to hospital following an incident at Ashby Statutes fair at the weekend was hurt when they slipped exiting a children's ride, says an organiser of the event.
It was originally reported that someone had fallen from the waltzer ride in Market Street at 2.16pm on Saturday, September 16, but Michael Harris, one of the organisers of the annual fair, said the incident actually on one of the children's rides.
He said a woman had slipped and fallen when she was stepping off the ride.
He said: "It was a children's ride and the lady slipped when she was getting off it."
The Ashby Statutes fair is currently taking place in Ashby town centre. It started on Friday, September 15, and will end tonight, Tuesday, September 19.
The woman was taken to the Leicester Royal Infirmary by the ambulance crew. The extent of her injuries is not yet known.
A spokesman from Leicestershire police said officers were patrolling in the area at the time and dealt with the incident.
The Health and Safety Executive, which investigates and monitors potential health and safety issues in the workplace confirmed it has been informed abput the incident.
A HSE spokesman said: "HSE has been made aware of the incident by Leicestershire Police, with whom we remain in contact."