The Splash Canyon ride where Evha Jannath fell into the water.
"We have full confidence in the safety of all the rides we operate, but as a precautionary measure, rapid rides at relevant parks will be closed until more details of the incident become available", the spokesperson said.
Evha's family also requested that the ride is suspended until the inquiry has concluded and the "full facts" are established.More news: White House: Trump will reinforce strong alliance, talk peace on Israel trip
In a statement, Drayton Manor said the park would remain closed on Friday.
In a statement issued Wednesday by police, the Jannath family said Evha "was a lovely little girl who was full of love and always smiling".
It is understood that theme parks including Legoland, Alton Towers and Thorpe Park have closed similar rides as a precaution.More news: Google Taimen to Bring 4 GB RAM and Android O Latest Update
The family said their "world was torn apart" following Evha's death.
Erfana Bora, headteacher of Jameah Girls Academy, said: "Yesterday, one of our children, Evha Jannath, passed away in tragic circumstances".
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