it. 3 An instagram user posted the video on the social media website... And soon after... Many of YOU started calling US... Tonight - we've learned the Department of Children and Families is investigating the video... And the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office spoke to the father accused of kicking his 6 year old son. The dad also spoke to Channel 4's Marques White on the phone ... Marques joins us LIVE now from the skate park in Arlington... Marques, what did he tell you? 3 3 SUPERS: JAMIE STRONG/PARENT MARTIN RAMOS/SKATE PARK OWNER JOHN HARRELL/DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES The Channel 4 newsroom was flooded with calls and e-mails this weekend about this Instaram video -- that has gone viral. It shows a father apparently kicking his childr down a ramp at a skateboard park 13 feet high. When we called Kona Skate Park, we were told that the incident did happen at their park and they told the child who shot the video and his parents to call police and child services. The 0owner says they were first made aware of the incident Friday night at 11 p.m."145159 JAMIE STRONG/PARENT: MY FIRST INITIAL REACTION WAS NO WAY. I COULDN'T BELIEVE THAT SOMEBODY WOULD DO THAT TO A CHILD BUT MUCH LESS THEIR KID." Jamie Strong skates at Kona State Park. His kids don't skate. The owner here says he's known Marcus Crossland -- and his son -- who is nicknamed Dino the Dinosaur for years. "142844 RAMOS: it's hard to look at. you see something like that and it takes your breathe away" 143621: MW SU: THIS IS THE RAMP IN QUESTION. THE SKATE PARK OWNER TELLS US THAT IT'S 13 FEET HERE FROM THE TOP ALL THE WAY DOWN TO THE BOTTOM.The skate park owner -- Martin Ramos says Dino the Dinosaur luckily wasn't injured -- on the ramp known as big brown."142934 MARTIN: Dino is just a super cool little kid. He's a really good skateboarder well known.... He's been in the newspaper before" He says it seems Crossland and his son had a good relationship. He says Crossland won't be allowed back at the skate park. But Dino can come back with another adult -- to supervise him. Because of the viral video -- DCF is now looking into the family.123314 HARRELL: THE FLORIDA DEPT. OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES IS THROUGHLY INVESTIGATING THIS CASE. NOT JUST THE INCIDENT THAT HAPPENED BUT ALSO TO SEE IF THERE'S ANY OTHER CONCERN REGARDING THE FAMILY AND THIS HOME AND ANY OTHER CHILDREN IN THIS HOME.Harrell says DCF is speaking with the father, the son, and other people who know the family. And we're learning more about what is considered abuse.123330 HARRELL: THIS IS UNACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOR. ABUSE IS LEGALLY DEFINED AS ANY MALTREATMENT OF CHILDREN THAT CAUSES BRUISES, INJURIES, CAUSES ANY PHYSICAL SCARES AS WELL. THAT'S ABUSE... 3 Marques, anyone who's had a child knows .. you WANT them to succeed ... ... but there's encouraging ..and then there's PUSHING TOO FAR... did John Harrell from DCF have any suggestions?Answer: Yes, John Harrell says parents should take a break if dealing with a stressful situation.He understands many parents want their kids excel.