After the incident that occurred at Calypso Waterpark on Tuesday, the investigating officers seem to be in no mood to spare the park and its officials.
It is for the second time consecutively in two months that an accident has occurred at the park. This time, the case is of chlorine leak, which has sent 13 children to hospital.
Park officials denied any negligence from their end in their statement of Wednesday. They added that the leak occurred because of the maintenance work that was ongoing over the filtration system and the incidence occurred was by no one’s fault.
But the provincial safety watchdog, which is investigating the case, is examining all the safety concerns at Calypso Waterpark. Concerning is the fact that Calypso Waterpark was in news a month earlier also for a waterslide crash. The incidence sent two men to hospital, one among whom was critically injured with a serious skull fracture.
In evidence of both the incidences, the Technical Standards and Safety Authority in the region has so far received several complaints against the park.
“Since then we’ve had a number of other complaints come in”, said Mr. Wilson Lee, a spokesman for the TSSA. “We’re now reviewing Calypso’s operating history a bit more thoroughly”.
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