A 10-year-old boy is luckily to have escaped without serious injury after he fell off a three-storey water slide and was flung on to concrete in California.
The $43 million "The Wave" water park was open for less than a day when the boy fell off the Emerald Plunge slide onto concrete.
Video shows the boy getting up after the incident and walking away.
He had skidded several metres across the concrete, leaving him with scratches on his back and visibly shaken.
"I was standing there, he seemed to be shook, but seemed to be okay. Came right up and immediately went into the first aid room and was assessed by staff," Dublin Assistant City Manager Linda Smith told ABC 7.
The boy's parents took him to hospital themselves and he has since been released.
The ride is undergoing checks to ensure its safe for users.
Ride rules state that users of slide must have their arms and legs crossed as they descend down the 80-degree drop.
Kron 4 reported that the boy's legs were apart.
This isn't an isolated theme park-related incident.
Last October, four people were killed on the Thunder River Rapids ride at Dreamworld on the Gold Coast after their raft flipped.
And a 10-year-old boy was decapitated when he was thrown out of a waterslide's raft and into the safety netting in Kansas almost a year ago.
Today's top news stories - May 29