Ouch! Multiple Kids Hurt After Giant Slide Launches Them Into The Air
One of the best things about being a kid is having someone take you to the park and getting to climb up and then ride down the slide. That is unless it's a metal slide on a hot day, then it feels like a torture device.
The giant slide at Belle Isle Park was closed down Friday because kids were getting hurt going down it.
Why Was The Belle Isle Slide Closed Down?
The Detroit Free Press reported that The giant ride was reopened on Friday after closing due to COVID-19. Children excitedly flooded the gates, until seeing others ride down.
Slide goers flew into the air and slammed back down onto the metal.
Children limped after getting off at the bottom. A crowd gathered to watch the mayhem.
The Belle Isle Park Slide Is Back Open
When Is The Giant Slide Open For Riders?
How Much Does It Cost To Go Down The Giant Slide?
Is There An Age Or Height Requirement For The Giant Slide?
More Info About Belle Isle Park
Pure Michigan describes Belle Isle Park as a Detroit gem and a Michigan state park. The 987-acre island park features the Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory, the Belle Isle Aquarium, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, giant slide, athletic fields, picnic areas, tennis courts, Belle Isle Nature Zoo, the James Scott Memorial Fountain and more attractions popular with all ages and interests.