new details emerge on freak kansas water park accident
A thrilling trip to Kansas, known as the world\'s highest waterslide, continues
On Monday, when authorities urged to figure out the 10-year-
One day in the park to commemorate elected officials and their families, the old son was killed.
About Caleb Thomas Schwab on Sunday at 168-foot-
Since its debut two years ago, it has been the biggest draw in the slitterbain water park in Kansas City, Kansas City.
Kansas City Police Department said in a statement on Monday night that Schwab was one of three passengers aboard a boat on a waterslide on Sunday, August 7.
They said the boy died in the pool at the end of the game from \"fatal neck injuries \".
However, it is still unclear how Schwab died. \"Popular News Joe Biden led the CBS News poll, sparking a massive blackout in the controversial police video of Hong Kong protesters.
The statement also said two adult female riders who had nothing to do with the victims suffered minor facial injuries.
Two women were transported and treated in regional hospitals.
Schlitterbahn said in a statement on Monday, \"deeply saddened by the Schwab family and all those affected by the tragic accident.
The park was scheduled to reopen on Wednesday, but \"Verruckt has been closed,\" the statement said \".
Police spokesman Officer Cameron Morgan said there were no reports of the incident.
Investigators treated Caleb\'s death as a \"civil\" rather than a criminal case and raised other questions to the park, he said.
Winter Prosapio, spokesman for Schlitterbahn, declined the interview request on Monday, but told reporters a day ago that Caleb went to the park with his family and added, \"We really don\'t know what happened.
\"It is not clear whether the results of Caleb\'s autopsy on Monday will be released publicly, or, if so, how long will they be released,\" Margaret research from the Office of the coroner of huaiandot County
Leslie kataneda of schliteparn on Sunday told the Kansas City Star that she saw Caleb\'s crumpled shorts or swimsuits at the bottom of the ride, dropping blood on the sink with slide White.
The 10-year-old Caleb Schwab was killed on the world\'s tallest waterslide in Kansas City water park.
Family Photo \"I\'m really sad.
\"I really am,\" said katanida, Kansas City. \"I saw his (Caleb\'s)brother.
\"Other people like Josh Foster have similar experiences.
\"It didn\'t really start until we left.
We had to walk with our family.
They were all crying. I saw a younger brother crying.
\"Just then, I started crying,\" he told CBS\'s KCTV . \".
On the Guinness World Record-certified waterslide, the riders sit in multiple seats
During the \"ultimate water slide thrilling\" period, the man raft puts the \"adventurer\" in the \"eye-popping\" 17-
The story was deleted, the park website said.
The site added that the passengers were then \"blown back to the second huge hill and then sent to another painful 50 feet drop . \".
Each rider must be at least 54 inch high and the weight of the group is limited to 400 to 550 pounds.
The authorities did not release information about Caleb\'s height or the combined weight of a group of his riders.
Republican state representative
Scott Schwab and his wife Michelle-
In a statement on Sunday, \"since the day he was born ,(Caleb)
It brings rich joy to our family and to all the people he touches.
\"When we try to mend our home with him no longer with us, we know that he believes in our Lord Jesus, our savior, and we are comforted that they are always together now.
\"We will see him on another day,\" the statement added . \".
The tragedy took place on the day the park offered buffet lunches, hot dogs and hamburgers to members of parliament and other elected officials.
Verrückt, known as the world\'s tallest waterslide, is located at Schlitterbahn Water Park in Kansas City, Kansas City.
The authorities at Schlitterbahn Water Park initially said the victim was 12 years old, but the pastor, Clint sprer, a family spokesman, said Caleb was 10 years old and was one of the couple\'s four sons.
According to the rules sent to the media in 2014, riders must be at least 14 years old, but this requirement is no longer listed on the park website.
Although the operator did not explain the reason, the opening of Verruckt 2014 was repeatedly delayed.
Two media preview days were canceled on 2014 as shipping 100-
Push the raft to the top of the slide.
In a news article related to a press release announcing a 2014 delay, Schlitterbahn co-
Owner Jeff Henry told USA Today that he and senior designer John Scully had calculated according to their calculations when designing the slide on the roller coaster, but that didn\'t translate well
Henry said that in the early tests, the raft with sandbags flew off the slide, prompting engineers to dismantle half of the trip and reconfigure some for $1 million.
Promotional videos about making slides include footage of two men riding a raft in half a month.
Size test model, it flies slightly in the air when it climbs up the top of the first mountain.
The unified government in Kansas City, Kansas and huaiandot counties said it would not check the operation of these rides and would only be responsible for ensuring that they comply with local building codes.
Instead of specifically mentioning the waterslide, Kansas regulations define \"rides\" as any mechanical or electrical means of transport with the aim of entertaining, pleasing, stimulating or exciting passengers.
According to regulations, these rides are usually Ferris wheel, carousel, parachute tower, bungee jump and roller coaster.
In this photo taken with fisheye footage, riders follow the world\'s tallest waterslide known as \"Verruckt\" at Schlitterbahn Water Park, Kansas City, on Wednesday, July 9, 2014
Associated Press State Law Charlie Riedel has the Kansas Department of Labor pass rules and regulations related to the certification and inspection of rides, adding that, at least once every 12 months, the permanent rides must be carefully checked by the \"qualified inspector.
The Kansas Labor Department did not respond Monday.
Prosapio said Sunday that the park\'s rides are inspected daily before the start of each season and are inspected by an \"outside party.
Senator of Kansas
Greg Smith, a Republican personality from Land Park, said that although state laws do not specifically target water slides, it is clear that water slides \"will fall into this category \".
He said it was too early for any potential legislative response to Sunday\'s tragedy, saying the investigation should have time to proceed.