Kayanna Banks, owner of the No Child Left Without summer camp, brought a group of 23 youngsters to the park Friday. She told The... Macon water park reopens after visitors’ illnesses

Kayanna Banks, owner of the No Child Left Without summer camp, brought a group of 23 youngsters to the park Friday. She told The Telegraph on Monday that four have been diagnosed with ear infections and six or seven with eye infections since their visit. Banks said she first thought something was off when she noticed that “all of the kids’ eyes were like a bloodshot red.”

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