Thorpe Park has shut its Rumba Rapids water raft attraction as a precaution after a schoolgirl died on a similar ride in Staffordshire.
Evha Jannath died following an incident on the Splash Canyon river rapids ride at Drayton Manor on Tuesday (May 9).
Witnesses said the 11-year-old from Leicester fell out and was dragged under water by the currents.
The Tamworth theme park remained shut on Wednesday (May 10) as a mark of respect to the family of the young schoolgirl.
On Wednesday (May 10), Thorpe Park announced that its Rumba Rapids ride, which is similar to Drayton Manor's Splash Canyon, will not be in operation for the day.
It took to Twitter to announce: "Rumba Rapids will be temporarily closed as a precaution until we know more about yesterday’s events".
The theme park's website also ran a message on its news ticker stating: "Rumba Rapids will not be operational on Wednesday 10th [May] 2017".
Evha, a pupil at the Jame’ah Girls Academy in Leicester, is understood, The Mirror reports , to have been on a raft with three other children with a teacher following on another one behind.
Eyewitnesses reports suggest Evha "stood up on the ride while trying to change seat just as the raft hit a rock, which is when she fell into the water and was dragged under". The water is believed to be around 5ft deep.
The incident happened at around 2.30pm.
Staffordshire Police said: "Evha sadly died after falling from a water ride at the theme park.
"She was recovered from the water and received advanced life support from ambulance crews before she was flown to Birmingham Children's Hospital where she later passed away."
Police added the Health and Safety Executive would now investigate.
Thorpe Park has been approached for a comment about how long the ride will remain closed for.
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