10-year-old thrown from 3-story-tall waterslide

At was a frightening scene when a 10-year-old boy was thrown from a waterslide at Dublin, California's new water park on its grand opening day.

The $43 million water park "The Wave" opened, but two of the park's attractions closed after the boy was tossed off the slide, called The Emerald Plunge.

The slide drops riders 3 stories at an 80-degree angle before flattening out.

The boy was able to walk away from the incident with just cuts and bruises. His parents said they would seek medical attention for him on their own.

Park officials say they are reevaluating the slide, but say they followed the manufacturer's guidelines for the attraction, including height requirements.

"We have a height restriction.  We're gonna evaluate whether or not we need a weight restriction for this slide.  We'll work with the manufacturer to determine that," park   assistant manager Linda Smith said."

On Sunday, the park closed a third slide to reevaluate its safety.

The water park is 31,000 square feet and has three pools and a water playground.