Tinley Park Water Park Drowning Of 5-Year-Old Girl

Tinley Park Water Park Drowning Of 5-Year-Old Girl

Tinley Park Water – An autopsy is planned to take place on Saturday on a young girl who was discovered dead on Friday after what appears to have been an incident of drowning at a water park that is maintained by the Tinley Park-Park District. The autopsy is expected to take place on the young girl who was found dead on Friday. As a direct consequence of the activity, the facility won’t be open for business on Saturday.

On Saturday, the White Water Canyon Water facility, which can be found at 8221 West 171st Street, was supposed to open at noon; however, the staff has stated on social media that the facility will be closed for the day. There is no information available at this time to indicate whether or not the park will reopen on Sunday. On Friday afternoon, just before 4:00 o’clock, a child was pulled from the water after being immersed for an unclear amount of time in one of the pools at the park.

In a post that was posted on social media, members of the staff shared their condolences with the family of the lost loved one and conveyed their sorrow for their loss. The tweet expressed its deepest condolences to the family of the deceased loved one, saying, “The Tinley Park-Park District Board Commissioners and the entire Park District staff extend our heartfelt condolences to the family who lost their loved one yesterday.” We continue to keep them in our thoughts and prayers as they go through this difficult time.

When the child was brought to safety, they were unresponsive and unmoving. On-site cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and other techniques that could save lives were carried out by paramedics and lifeguards. After being carried to the hospital, the child was pronounced dead at 5:12 p.m., as reported by the office of the Will County Coroner. The baby was taken to Silver Cross Hospital. There has been no announcement made regarding the young lady’s identity as of yet.

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