The family of a schoolgirl who died after falling off a ride at Staffordshire theme park Drayton Manor want to get to the truth of their daughter's death and prevent others suffering similar heartbreak, MPs have heard.
Leicester East MP Keith Vaz said the family of Evha Jannath are "concerned at potential negligence" leading to her death. He was speaking in the House of Commons.
It comes as the MP called for a change in a law capping the 'woefully low' bereavement damages family in such circumstances get. He said there was a need to raise the £15,000 cap on these damages.
The 11-year-old girl, from Leicester, who attended Jameah Girls Academy, died after she fell from the Splash Canyon water ride while visiting Drayton Manor, in Tamworth, on May 9 this year.
The Commons heard eyewitnesses said Evha tried to walk towards the vessel after she fell into the water but received "no help and was eventually sucked under the water" despite her friends calling for help.
Mr Vaz said Evha's family remained "shocked and in mourning". But he said her father wants no other families to be "hit by a tragic event like this again", adding they deserve nothing less than the truth.
Mr Vaz also suggested potential changes to improve theme park safety, including by ensuring children under 12 must be "accompanied by an adult at all times" on such rides while it should be a "priority" to have them "adequately staffed".
Work and Pensions minister Penny Mordaunt replying for the Government, said there was no date yet for the Health and Safety Executive report.
She added: "The specific lines of inquiry being followed cannot be disclosed at present for reasons (Mr Vaz) will understand, but based on the emerging findings of the investigation, the Health and Safety Executive has no information that would suggest that those other rides are unsafe to operate."
Ms Mordaunt later told MPs: "If the investigators into the recent incident expose any breaches of the law appropriate action will be taken to hold those responsible to account, and if any shortcomings in the current regulatory regime are found steps will be taken to address them."
She added the HSE will ensure lessons are learnt and acted on by the industry from the "very tragic" event.
An inquest into Evha's death has been adjourned until November.
Drayton Manor Park is a family-run venue and bosses there have told of their devastation over the youngster's death.
At the time they told how staff were alerted that an 11-year-old had entered the water and that trained park staff were immediately on scene to treated the patient before she was airlifted to hospital.
He said: "We are truly shocked and devastated and our thoughts are with their family and friends at this tremendously difficult time."