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Tag Archives: accident
It wouldn’t be the last week of 2010 without another incident involving the Walt Disney World transportation system. This time it was another serious tragedy with a guest losing their life. A guest in the Port Orleans parking lot was … Continue reading
Disney fans are everywhere. No, she wasn’t driving the SUV that struck the Monorail support pillar, but Amanda Tinney (of DisneyEveryDay.com) was on the scene yesterday in the EPCOT Parking lot and took the above photo on her mobile phone. … Continue reading
I know you’ve been missing them, the seemingly weekly occurrence of Bus accidents on or near Disney Property. But they’re back. Tonight at 6pm-ish a car decided that the giant Disney’s Magical Express bus nearby was a perfect object to … Continue reading
SeaWorld keeps making the news for the wrong reasons these days. Neither of the two lawsuits recently filed against SeaWorld Orlando are from the family of the dead killer whale trainer, but both could have a big impact on the … Continue reading