A roller coaster derailed in southern Vietnam on Friday night, leaving two riders who were thrown to the ground in critical conditions.
The Vietnamese-Australian boy, whose full name has not been released, was fully conscious while being hospitalized at around 8 p.m., according to doctors at Ca Mau General Hospital.
The 10-year-old boy, known only as Branyn, was transferred to Cho Ray Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City early Saturday, his relatives said.
A 10-year-old boy is hospitalized at around 8p.m. on Friday after a derailed roller coaster throws him to the ground.
He has multiple broken bones and pulmonary contusion, they said.
The other rider, Nguyen Kim Anh, 14, is in critical but stable condition, doctors said.
The roller coaster at Ca Mau Province Children's Cultural House just finished a couple of rounds when the train suddenly went off the rails.
Manager Huynh Chi Dung said that the ride has been run by a Ho Chi Minh City-based company for years.
The roller coaster has been verified as safe by local authorities, said Dung, adding that police are investigating into the cause of the accident.