Tinley Water Park Closed After 5-Year-Old Girl Got Drowned

Tinley Park Water Park Drowning – A youngster of five years old passed away after drowning in a water park in the southwest suburb of Tinley Park on Friday night. Her family was in mourning. Jermont Terry of CBS 2 stated that Tinley Park Fire Chief Steve Klotz told CBS 2 that local park district staff at the White Water Canyon Water Park rescued the toddler from the pool. Klotz confirmed this information to Terry.

An autopsy is scheduled to take place on Saturday on a young girl who was found dead Friday following what seems to have been a drowning incident at a water park operated by the Tinley Park-Park District. As a result of the event, the facility will be closed on Saturday. White Water Canyon Water Park, located at 8221 West 171st Street, was scheduled to open at noon on Saturday; however, the park’s staff has announced on social media that it would be closed for the day. It is currently unknown whether or not the park will reopen on Sunday. A youngster was rescued from a pool at the park just before 4 o’clock on Friday, after having been submerged for an undetermined amount of time.

The child was lifeless when they were hauled out. On-site CPR and other lifesaving procedures were administered by the lifeguards and paramedics. According to the Will County Coroner’s office, the kid was transferred to Silver Cross Hospital, where she was pronounced dead at 5:12 p.m. after being taken to the hospital. The identify of the young woman has not yet been made public. On social media, employees of the Tinley Park Park District expressed their sympathies to the family of the person who passed away the previous day. “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,” they said. During this trying time, we are keeping them in our thoughts and prayers.