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Tag Archives: injury
Around 2:50 pm today, pieces of decorative faux rock at Disneyland Paris’ Big Thunder Mountain Railroad roller coaster attraction fell and struck guests riding the attraction. Five guests were hurt. Four were treated at the park, however one ‘serious’ head … Continue reading
Mouseketeer and actress Annette Funicello has been hospitalized due to smoke inhalation after an early-morning fire at her Encino, CA home. 68 year old Funicello was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in the late 1980s and has been rumored to be … Continue reading
Sad news coming from SeaWorld Orlando’s Aquatica water park. A 68-year old tourist visiting from a foreign country died after being found unresponsive on Roa Rapids, a fast-current version of a lazy river. Attempts to revive the guest were successful, … Continue reading
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