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Fox News Flash top headlines for May 1 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews. A grieving family is focusing on raising awareness about the importance of child heart screenings after their year-old daughter went into cardiac arrest on an amusement park waterslide and died.
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The year-old was finally tall enough to go on the park's biggest slide for the first time and, as she prepared to 'drop' down the ft-long chute, she could barely contain her excitement. But tragically, this excitement would prove deadly - throwing the youngster's heart into an abnormal rhythm as she plunged down the four-storey tube, and sending her into a cardiac arrest. London, a talented gymnast who adored cats, was raced to hospital and put on life support but died nine days after the tragedy at Zehnder's Splash Village in Michigan, US.
London Eisenbeis had waited two years to ride the giant slide, but her family never thought the thrilling experience would end up killing their year-old. So during a family trip to the indoor water park in February when she finally made the height requirement, it came as no surprise that the year-old headed straight for the slide and eagerly awaited her turn to drop down the four-story tube. Unbeknownst to London and her family, however, she was suffering from a heart condition called Long QT syndrome that causes abnormal rhythms.
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Although most people would trade anything in exchange for a stolen piece of paradise either in the deep or a magnificent pool, this water park just might be the last resort you may want to plunge into. Vietnam has always been known for its exquisite tourist destinations and closely-knitted relationship with nature. As their gates opened, the number of guests crowded the whole area in just split seconds leaving almost no room for privacy and exclusivity, most especially for swimmers in various pool areas.