JERUSALEM (AFP) - Amusement parks are in the crosshairs of a new amusement park safety law which would force them to provide video surveillance to police, a top amusement park official said Tuesday."We're not saying they're not safe, we're just saying that it's a bit difficult to have a clear picture of what they're doing," Amusements Park owner Ronan Eichenberger told AFP."If you have a large amu...
A man has died after falling into the waters of the Riverview amusement parks amusement park, police say.
Key points:Police are appealing for information about the death of a man found at Riverview Beach, about 50 kilometres north of AdelaidePolice say the man was found with a head injuryThe man is from South AustraliaPolice say he had been swimming in the water around the amusement park park, around 50 kilometres south of Adelaide.
“The victim has a head injuries consistent with a fall from the water and is in a stable condition in the Royal Adelaide Hospital,” Police Chief Inspector Tony McManus said.
The man was a visitor to the park.
“We have a man that was in the park with another person, and it appears that’s where the victim fell,” he said.
“They are in the river right now.
It appears to be a serious incident.
We are appealing to anyone who has any information about that to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.”
The man has been described as white with brown hair and brown eyes.
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