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It happened when she was supposed to be having fun.
“It is awful for the parents — they believed she was enjoying a school trip.” Hundreds gathered for evening prayers at Jame Majid Mosque to pay tribute to the 11-year-old girl.
A spokesman for the mosque, located opposite the school, said: “The young girl’s death has shaken the community and we’re all devastated.
“Obviously our thoughts are with the family after this heart-breaking news.
A statement read: “Following today’s tragic events, Drayton Manor Theme Park will be closed on Wednesday May 10th as a mark of respect to the family.” Splash Canyon has been closed following an incident this afternoon.
Emergency services & our fully trained park staff are assisting.
pic.twitter.com/Fkji90Nwjs — Drayton Manor (@Draytonmanor) May 9, 2017 Students at the victim’s school returned late from their annual trip to Drayton Manor, stunned by their loss.
After the death was confirmed, all pupils were called into the gym, where the tragic news was broken.
Graham Johnstone, 40, said: “The first I knew something was wrong when I saw staff running over to the ride and turn people away. “All you could hear was crying coming from the steps leading to the ride entrance.The Splash Canyon ride was opened in 1993 and consists of 21 boats holding six people each. Anyone under 3.6 feet must be accompanied by an adult.The theme park website says the ride offers people the chance to “swerve around corners, splash through the waves, and get soaked as your boat is swept along our fast-flowing rapids.” Drayton Manor was founded by George Bryan’s grandfather, who bought up 80 acres of wasteland in 1949.It was awful.” Jadey Braham said: “I saw the police and ambulances turning up and then leaving and a few staff members visibly upset.” Mom Fiona Fletcher, 28, from Burton-upon-Trent, said: “The first I heard of it was when a car came charging through clearing the path and then paramedics flew past.“My kids and I had just got off the carousel ride and all we could hear were sirens. “The entrance to the Splash Canyon was probably a few hundred yards from where I was standing and there was clearly a huge commotion.