Terms of the deal filed in Kansas’ Johnson County District Court involving Caleb Schwab’s family were not immediately released.
Twenty-nine deaths on amusement rides or water slides have been reported to the Consumer Product Safety Commission since 2010.
A Kansas lawmaker whose 10-year-old son was killed on the world’s tallest waterslide is thanking supporters.
Police say combined weights for a boy and two other people riding a raft when he was killed were within the ride’s limits.
Gov. Brownback hopes state legislators spend significant time examining the state’s law on amusement parks.
The family of Caleb Schwab will hold his funeral at Life Mission Church in Olathe.
Family and friends discuss the injuries of two sisters who were badly injured in fatal water slide ride that killed a young Kansas boy.
A document released by a state agency says all the rides at a Kansas City water park passed private inspections.
Kansas City’s Schlitterbahn Waterpark has reopened following the Sunday death of a child on one of the park’s water slides.
A spokeswoman for the waterpark declined to discuss the circumstances of the boy’s death.
Kansas lawmakers are speaking out, saying changes need to be made to rules, regulations and inspections of amusement park rides.
The Hays Daily News is reporting that two passengers that were on a ride that killed a 10-year-old boy are from northwest Kansas.
Schlitterbahn says the Verruckt slide will not re-open for the remainder of the season.
At least two people who’ve ridden the waterslide say shoulder straps snapped or popped off.
KSN wanted to know how amusement park rides like the Verruckt are regulated.