JEANNETTE (KDKA) — The 3-year-old boy who fell from an Idlewild roller coaster in August has reportedly returned home from the hospital.

The Tribune-Review reported Friday night that Declan McClain had returned to his Jeannette home from the hospital.

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McClain was ejected from the Rollo Coaster at Idlewild Park on Aug. 11 and fell approximately 12 feet, landing on the tracks near a fence. Sources said he was initially unresponsive and discolored, but he was conscious when he was flown to Children’s Hospital. McClain was riding the coaster with his 6-year-old brother.

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The Rollo Coaster had been inspected five days prior to the incident. The ride was shut down for the remainder of the season afterward.

The Tribune-Review reports that Westmoreland County Detectives, the state Department of Agriculture and a third-party inspector are still investigating the incident.

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