Did Waterpark Rush to Build Ride That Killed Boy to Impress TV Producers?

The co-owner of a Kansas City water park where a 10-year-old boy was killed in 2016 was arrested Monday on a variety of charges related to the incident.

Jeffrey Henry, 62, was arrested on 12 counts of aggravated battery and five counts of aggravated child endangerment, an online database shows.

Kansas prosecutors say that the water slide where a young boy was decapitated was completed in a hurry, all to impress TV producers for the Travel Channel show ‘Xtreme Waterparks.’