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IN OMG! ON 10 Aug, 2016
You'll want to skip going to waterslides after seeing this.
Everyone loves to go to amusement parks and theme parks, but not every area is actually safe. As much as owners want to create thrills for consumers and families, safety should always be the top priority.
Sadly, this innocent child ended his life when he only wanted to have fun. Read on!
Caleb was a wonderful 10-year-old boy, but he unexpectedly died.
Specifically, he was riding the world's tallest waterslide that is located in Kansas City in the state of Missouri.
The word 'Verruckt' was a German term for 'insane' and the height of the waterslide clearly made it a crazy ride. The waterslide is actually taller than the Statue of Liberty.
According to him, he heard several loud noises until the raft Caleb had reached the bottom section of the ride.
The body belonged to Caleb, and the head was already removed. Esteban Castaneda also noted that one of his relatives rode the water slide, and one of the seatbelts was not tight.
This delay was caused because of several safety concerns.
It is terrifying, and people think the ride's weaknesses caused the kid's death.
As a person rides the Verruckt, the seatbelts get undone accidentally.
There were issues regarding the engineering aspect of the ride, but the creator of the waterslide argued that it was already "safe dangerous" instead of simply being dangerous.
However, every ride should still put safety first before excitement. Now, the ride is filled with controversy.
What do you think should be done to the waterslide? Share your thoughts below.
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