Another near death at Walt Disney World

I don’t know if the Mouse Resort is having a string of bad luck or if the media is just finally reporting on these incidences, probably the latter, but here’s another near death to report — this time a drowned worker. A 16-year old diver doing shoreline restoration at the Dolphin Resort became entangled in ropes and had to be rescued.

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One Response to Another near death at Walt Disney World

  1. Jessica Jackson says:

    I don’t think it’s Disney’s fault the little boy died on the Mission: Space ride because he had no reason to be on such a intense ride. I think it was just a bad decision for the parents. There is no reason for the parents to sue Walt Disney World.

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