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Tag Archives: death
You know what we haven’t heard in a while around here? A story about the Walt Disney World Transportation System. That’s a good thing in my book. Means things have started to operate a little more positively around there. Whether … Continue reading
Two suicides by park cast members in the last six weeks has Disneyland Paris Resort a bit on edge. These two tragedies are piled upon tense relations between one of the park’s trade unions and park management. Both suicides were … Continue reading
Very tragic news coming from Walt Disney World resort today as a guest was struck and killed by a Disney bus near the Fort Wilderness resort entrance. A nine ten year old was riding his bike with an 11 year … Continue reading
Disney and OHSA have settled the fine situation that resulted from its investigation of the July Monorail accident. Under the agreement, Disney agreed to correct all four safety violations cited by OSHA, including one lapse that the agency said contributed … Continue reading