BREAKING: Girl who died at Berkshire water park was ‘left to drown’, says father

After the heartbreaking story of Kyra Hill, who drowned at a Berkshire, UK, water park, her father claims she could have been saved, in this Sky News report.

Sky News published this video item, entitled “BREAKING: Girl who died at Berkshire water park was ‘left to drown’, says father” – below is their description.

The father of a girl who died at a water park said she was “left to drown” and could have been saved, as he accused the operator of “neglect”.

Kyra Hill, 11, died after she got into difficulty in the water at Liquid Leisure Park in Datchet, Berkshire, where she was attending a party.

Liquid Leisure told Sky News that everyone at the company is “heartbroken by the tragic incident” and “our thoughts remain with the family and those affected”.

The company added: “We have been working closely with the various authorities to assist the ongoing investigation. As a result, we are limited in what we can say about the incident itself at this stage.”

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Her father said: “Pain an suffering and sorrow are my key emotions right now… She’s been left to drown, 12 days before her twelfth birthday.”

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