Multiple accidents at various amusement parks have Kansas state lawmakers considering tougher safety standards for park rides.

FOX's Monica Rix reports:  

Kansas lawmakers say ride safety needs to be re-assessed now after a 10-year-old suffered a neck injury and died. 

That water slide shut down, Caleb Schwab's family still wrapping their heads around it:

(Schwab) "This has been devastating, you know you leave church, you go to a water park to be with family and to enjoy and then you hit tragedy."

Two other women on the slide suffered minor facial injuries. In Greenville, Tennessee, three girls had to be rushed to the hospital after falling 45 feet from a Ferris wheel:

(Man) "I mean they were rocking it hard. They hit and I guess the force just kind of brought them back and they just went right over."

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is looking into whether a malfunction or human error caused the incident.

Monica Rix, FOX News.

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