Worst. Grand-Opening. Ever.
Go to the waterpark they said. It’ll be fun, they said.
The kid could have stayed home and gotten road rash for free.
In case you were wondering, yes … that’s CONCRETE.
A 10-year-old boy was thrown from a waterslide on opening day of a $43million water park in California.
‘The Wave’ water park opened in Dublin, California, Saturday but within 90 minutes, the Emerald Plunge was closed.
The 10-year-old boy was flung off the track of the three-story slide onto concrete, just after noon, according to East Bay Times.
The boy then skidded several feet on the concrete, giving him scratches on his back.
He was not seriously injured and quickly stood up, but one witness said he was visibly shaken. Read More
Ouch. That’s a vacation to remember.
At least he’s got a cool story to tell.