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Monday, May 29, 2017

New Opened, Rp.559 Billion Launch Swallow Swallowing, Falls off a waterslide in California

Filling the holidays by going to the playground is one of the fun things, especially for the kids. Many tourist sites that can be used as a destination, and usually tailored to the weather.

If the weather is hot, the destination that presents the water rides must be the goal as a water park. But if you want to go there and enjoy the existing tourist rides it needs to be vigilant, because accidents can happen.

Especially against children, who enjoy the tourist location. A 10-year-old boy was thrown off the slip, on the opening day of the water park for Rp.559 billion. And this incident successfully recorded by the camera.
Quoted from dailymail.co.uk, Emerald Plunge's theme park water theme park 'wave' in Dublin, California, Saturday, May 27 should be closed again after 90 minutes opened.

This was after the 10-year-old boy was thrown off the three-track slide and fell to the floor to the concrete, just after noon, according to the East Bay Times.

The boy then slips a few feet above the concrete, causing him to receive a scratch on his back. He was not badly hurt seen from him who quickly stood up, but one witness said he looked injured.

"I stood there, it seemed like he was trembling, but it seemed fine, coming to the right and right into the treatment room and being checked by the staff," Dublin City Assistant Manager Linda Smith told ABC 7 quoted from dailymail.co.uk .

Police and firefighters were not called to the scene, because his parents refused. They took him to his own hospital, and have since been expelled.

The Emerald Plunge Park and the slide called 'Dublin Screamer' beside it were closed all day. A spokesman said that the city's park is re-evaluating the launch.

The park received permission to make a slide with an angle of 80 degrees. Park officials say they follow manufacturer guides including height requirements.

People who ride should cross their arms and legs down the slide, but the boy's legs do not do it.

The 31,000 square foot park also has three swimming pools, a water theme park and an outdoor art exhibition center. Here is the short footage :

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And this from ABC News :
Terrifying video captures the moment a young boy flew off of a brand new waterslide at a water park in California.

The incident took place on Saturday, which was the opening day of the new park called The Wave at Emerald Glen Park, which is owned by the city of Dublin, California.

The boy was reportedly hospitalized, but released the same day with minor injuries. His family declined ABC News' request for comment.

"Obviously that's not what you want to have happen on your first day," Linda Smith, the assistant city manager for the City of Dublin told ABC station KGO-TV in San Francisco. "But we want everyone who comes to this park to have a safe and fun experience and that's our primary goal."

Smith told KGO-TV that she witnessed the boy fall off the slide and onto the concrete, describing his response as, "he seemed to be shook, but seemed to be OK." Smith adds that he was able to get up and walk to the first aid room to get checked out.

Smith said they are closing down three of the park's waterslides pending further inspection, but they do not have "an exact reason" for what made the boy fly off the slide.

"We take safety very seriously and we are going to make sure that before we re-open those slides that they are safe for use," Smith said.

"Our thoughts are with the family that had this experience," she added. "We are going to do everything we can to make sure that doesn’t happen again."

The incident comes nearly a year after the 10-year-old son of a Kansas state lawmaker was killed after a horrific accident at a water slide in Kansas City, Kansas, sparking a national conversation about waterslide safety.
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