Theme park bosses may face a company manslaughter cost over the demise of an 11-year-old who fell out of a water journey throughout a faculty journey
Evha Jannath fell from the Splash Canyon journey on a faculty journey at Drayton Manor Theme Park in Might 2017.
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) stated they acquired a file from Staffordshire Police final month.
Her household stated they’d wished “a fast decision to the entire inquiries”.
Prosecutors will now resolve if any felony costs are to be introduced over Evha’s demise.
A CPS spokeswoman stated: “We acquired a file of proof from Staffordshire Police on 25 July in relation to an allegation of company manslaughter.
“This file will now be thought-about in accordance with the Code for Crown Prosecutors and a call will probably be made sooner or later.”
The coroner’s inquest into the demise of the schoolgirl, from Leicester, is ready to renew later this yr.
Leicester East MP Keith Vaz, who has represented the household, stated her family members had been “very involved in regards to the delay” within the investigations.
The Splash Canyon journey at Drayton Manor has remained closed since Evha’s demise.