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Dublin water park to reopen after accident, main slide stays closed

by:KK INFLATABLE      2020-06-16
10-a few weeks ago.year-A 63-year-old boy was injured in the flight.degree-At Dublin\'s latest amusement park, state inspectors found 17 safety issues that they said had been resolved before the park\'s opening.A report from Cal/OSHA inspector who looked at the Emerald diving slide, the main attraction of the Emerald Canyon park waves, found loose bolts on the base of the water slide and its tower stairs on April 4, when the slide first landed, there was a crack in the channel structure.This slide passed the final inspection of Cal/OSHA, and the inspectors concluded the day before the opening of the park on Saturday that \"no safety hazards were observed \".The incident involving the injured boy occurred at noon on Saturday when he shot down the emerald.When the child slipped out of the shooting at the bottom of the slide and landed on the concrete, he was slightly injured.Nine-year-old Isabella tridges splashed Emerald falls on Saturday before the slide closed.Nine-year-old Isabella tridges splashed Emerald falls on Saturday before the slide closed.The accident caused the Emerald City to plummet and similar slide Dublin Screamer to close indefinitely, and the Dublin Screamer dropped sharply.In addition to the two slides, the park will reopen on Saturday and will be open daily until August.13.Investigators have not yet determined what caused the accident and how to prevent it from happening again.After the accident, Dublin City said in a statement: \"An inspection team, manufacturers and contractors, including OSHA, are on site to ensure the safety of the Emerald Plunge trip .\".Erika Monterroza, spokesman for Cal/OSHA, said it was not clear how long the investigation would take.Linda Smith, assistant city manager in Dublin, said the boy had some bruises and seemed to be in pain, adding that his parents took him to the hospital for precautions.\"We have been testing these slides before they are put into use.\"We are still trying to investigate what may have caused this,\" Smith said .\".The slides were built by WhiteWater West, a global company that started operations as a water park operator in 1980 and has since been dedicated to hotels, resorts andWhiteWater West did not respond to requests for comment.Other issues with the slides cited by the Cal/OSHA inspector include sharp edges on the railing and lack of signs in hazardous areas.The inspection also found that \"the perimeter fence during running --Out area, \"or landing pool, did not pass the requirement to have it at least 42 inch above the surface of the water, nor did it find that it was built in a way that prevented the rider from capsizing.The slides were tested numerous times before the park was opened, Smith said, adding that officials followed and complied with the agreement.Cal/OSHA is reviewing all other statewide slides to see if they have a configuration similar to the Emerald Plunge, Monterroza said.Of all the statewide slides, 25 were made by WhiteWater West, she added.Permanent amusement park submits annual accident report to Cal/OSHA, Monterroza says most of the accidents reported across the state, including roller coaster accidents, come from waterpark rides.Accidental injuries to the water park include head bumps, slipping and traveling, she added.\"They want to make sure that any changes are correct in order to increase the safety of this trip,\" said monteroza .\".\"So no one forced anyone to do so quickly.They want to make sure they do it right.
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