Coco Keys in Omaha fails health inspection, shuts doors

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OMAHA, Neb. -- Coco Keys Water Resort in Omaha closed its doors after failing a health inspection that was conducted Friday.

The report indicated that the minimum needs were not met by the water resort, located at 3321 S 72nd Street.

Sand in the bottom of the pool due to a bad filter, pool lights not working and an inability to find lifeguard certifications were among the chief concerns.

The lazy river attraction also had a number of issues such as needing its bottom resurfaced to avoid injuries.

Health inspectors also found first aid kits in need of refilling.

There is no word yet on when the attraction will be re-opened.

The entire health inspection form is attached to this article.

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