A 6-year-old died on a Colorado amusement park ride was identified

A 6-year-old girl was identified who died at an amusement park in Glenwood Springs, Colorado on Sunday. Wongel Estifanos died on vacation with his parents at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park. Reported by CBS Denver.

she Haunted Mine Drop The station reports a ride that plunges a 120-foot tunnel and drops about 110 feet at a speed of 96 feet per second. The cause of death of the child is under investigation.

Six-year-old Wongel Estifanos died in a Colorado amusement park ride.  / Credit: GoFundMe

Six-year-old Wongel Estifanos died in a Colorado amusement park ride. / Credit: GoFundMe

According to the first call from the police dispatch, the girl fell 110 feet during the ride. Reported by CBS Denver.

Built in 2017, this vehicle, like all amusement park vehicles in the state, must undergo an annual inspection by a third party. There is a 46 inch height requirement for boarding.

Colorado’s oil and public security inspectors may have arrived at Glenwood Cave Adventure Park on Tuesday morning and started a long inspection process.

An autopsy took place on Tuesday, and forensic pathologists identified multiple blunt injuries, but the final cause and method of death were not announced as the investigation was ongoing. The Garfield County Coroner office initially said it would not disclose the girl’s identity.

NS GoFundMe For families living in Colorado Springs, Wongel describes Jesus as a “caring and cheerful girl” who loved Jesus.

She is a student at Stetson Elementary School and said a counselor was waiting to support her students and staff on Wednesday. “We share family grief when they experience unimaginable losses,” the school said in a statement to the local press.

CBS News is asking family members for more information and is waiting for a response.

After the incident, CBS Denver spoke to a park visitor. She said she had just boarded a few hours before Wongel’s death. Marybeth Riegel Urrutia explained how the staff reaffirmed her safety belt.

“I thought I had two seat belts per person and I fastened both. The ride operator turned the corner and started the ride, but the second buckle wasn’t completely fixed, so it reappeared soon. I joked. “Hey, that’s important, thank you for double-checking,” Ultia said. “So if Glenwood helps, they double-check their seat belts. In my understanding, the ride doesn’t start until everyone is properly seated.”

Glenwood Cave Adventure Park announced in a tweet that it will reopen on Saturday, September 11th.

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