In case you’re opening up a $43 million water stop, similar to “The Wave” in Dublin, California, it’s presumably not useful for business to have a kid propelled from a three-story water slide, arriving on the solid exit by the ride.
In any case, that is precisely what happened, so evidently $43 million doesn’t get you that much as far as security.
Emotional video demonstrates a ten-year-old kid being tossed from a water slide called the “Emerald Plunge” only a hour and a half after the ride had authoritatively opened.
As indicated by the East Bay Times, the kid was “quite recently shaken up” with a scratched bear that was dealt with by emergency treatment.
Let me simply include here that the Emerald Slide is depicted as, “A serious drop instigates excites in this outside ride. Get ready for a surge as you drop three stories at a 80 degree incline.”
What’s more, little buddy recently had a scratched bear.