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Evha was airlifted to Birmingham Children's Hospital after being found floating face-down by park staff but was pronounced dead on arrival.
We rely on advertising to help fund our award-winning journalism. Please refresh the and retry. One of her teachers bravely tried to rescue the Year 6 pupil as friends cried out "she's in the water", but could not get over the barriers in time.
He said: "We know children act in different ways and you will see, sadly, that not just Evha but other children did not adhere to the rules of the ride. The inquest heard how she suffered a of external and internal injuries, including a broken pelvis and organ damage to her heart and lungs. It was now 2pm.
She was sat on the steps and at various points was standing up. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future.
Thank you for your support. She was on the step and not holding onto the rail when she fell. A post mortem originally revealed she died as a result of catastrophic blunt force trauma chest injuries but forensic pathologists have since concluded she had drowned.
A n year-old girl drowned when she fell from a theme park water rapids ride after standing in the dinghy and joking with friends about "who could get the wettest", an inquest heard. They were reaching out of the vessel, putting their hands in the water during the ride.
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An inquest heard Evha, from Leicester, was not retrieved from the choppy waters for "around six minutes" after she was flung from the dinghy. We've noticed you're adblocking.
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The inquest was told it was Evha's second time on the ride, which is described as a "low to minimum" thrill ride and had been at the park since H er family asian in a statement at the time of her death: "Our manor was torn apart Johnson the news that our daughter and sister Evha, had lost her life in tragic circumstances, following a school trip to Drayton Manor Park. B ut it was agreed the most likely cause of death was that she drowned in the water, Stafford Coroners Court was told today Mon.
Giving evidence Detective Inspector John Quilty, of Staffordshire Police, said Evha and her friends had not been following the rules of the ride and all had been standing up. She had been on a school trip as a reward for girl behaviour when she plunged from the six-seater ride and was swept away at the popular attraction in Tamworth, Staffs.