Glenwood Springs. Authorities launched an investigation after a six-year-old girl who went on vacation with her family died at an amusement park in the western Colorado city of Glenwood Springs.
Few details were released, but from Susan Emery Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park indicated that “an incident” occurred at the attraction on Sunday night Haunted Mine Drop Which led to death. The Post Independent reported that the park will be closed on Monday and Tuesday.
“Out of the respect and concern of all parties involved, we will not have any further comment until all details are confirmed. Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone involved,” Emery said in a press release. said in.
Garfield County Coroner Robert Glassmire said, Park staff started first aid until paramedics arrived And they decided that the girl was dead. The girl’s name has not been released.
The Haunted Mine Drop, which opened in July 2017, is billed as the first subway drop to submerge passengers 110 feet (33 m) inside Iron Mountain. Visitors to the park must sign a disclaimer before taking any rides or attractions.
The sheriff’s and coroner’s offices are investigating the death.