The US National Whitewater Center in Charlotte, North Carolina has temporarily closed its whitewater rafting and kayaking attractions in the wake of a freak incident that left an 18 year-old Ohio girl dead after she came in contact with a rare, water-born amoeba while rafting at the facility.

“The US National Whitewater Center has temporarily suspended whitewater rafting and whitewater kayaking,” reads a post on the USNWC’s official website. “All CoolSport activities (land and flatwater) are currently open for operation. Furthermore, all programming, including River Jam and this weekend’s 4th of July Celebration, will proceed as scheduled. We appreciate your patience and look forward to seeing you this week at the U.S. National Whitewater Center.”

For more info about the incident and to find out what all will remain open at the whitewater center this weekend click here.