Kalahari says their operating areas meet safety standards and are safe for guests to enjoy.
What caused a portion of ductwork to fall from the ceiling and come crashing down into the kiddie pool and wave pool at Kalahari?
That’s the question — as the resort investigates what happened. In the meantime, officials say they are planning to re-open parts of the park on Tuesday.
Late Monday night, Kalahari issued the following statement:
The safety of our guests is our top priority. After careful evaluation – parts of the waterpark will re-open tomorrow. The operating areas meet safety standards and regulations and are safe for guests to enjoy. We look forward to re-opening additional attractions as evaluations continue.
“The Huron Township zoning inspector and Department of Agriculture Amusement Ride Safety has been advised, are making repairs and making sure it is safe before it opens,” says Erie County Sheriff Paul Sigsworth.
Kalahari is taking this very seriously. We’re told owner Todd Nelson flew in Monday on his private jet to find out what happened.
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