Carter said they will be doing a longer safety checklist, usually done once a month, every day on every ride, just to be safe following the tragic accident.
Meanwhile, families said the Ohio accident was on their mind, especially when the saw the ride that had been shut down.
"It’s kind of eerie and weird," said Traci Akin, who was watching her two children on the other rides. "I know that it’s not the same ride, but the fact that they closed it because of that just feels kind of weird."
She said she did feel "a little more nervous," but that she would not let "a freak accident" keep her family from having fun.