Dreamworld, Australian theme park restricted to reopen after facing four death tragedy


Australia: four people lose their life while riding on river rapids ride in the Australian theme park. Police banned the river rapids ride after misfortune to reopen for public after three days.

Dreamworld Park placed on Queensland state’s Gold Coast was remain closed as tragedy happened where 2 men and 2 women lost their life as there raft flipped on 30-year-old Thunder River Rapids ride, on Tuesday.

Dreamworld express their desire on Wednesday, to reopen their park in the memory of dead on Friday and what else profit will be earn will be given to charity. That day activities will be limited to only water park, smaller rides and animal attractions.

Police had suggested them not to open park this week, Dreamworld said on Thursday.

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