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Tag Archives: safety
Earlier today a man riding in the front row of the Dragon Challenge Roller Coaster at Universal Orlando’s Islands of Adventure theme park was injured and possibly blinded, when an object hit him in the head as he rode the … Continue reading
Did you know that Disney World Cast Members have their own private pool and beach area to relax at? Me neither until a few years ago. It’s called Mickey’s Retreat and sadly it was in the news last night. A … Continue reading
Walt Disney World has released a list of injuries that occurred on attractions for the second quarter of 2011. It’s not long and not surprising. However, having witnessed a couple of non-attraction related injuries in the park myself (and a … Continue reading
The Orlando Sentinel reports that a 48-year old cast member of Disney’s water park Typhoon Lagoon was hit by a Jeep while working in the parking lot. The driver of the Jeep left the scene and is now the subject … Continue reading
Disney World Mom’s Panelist Erin Foster explores a question I’ve been considering a lot myself. How much independence can your give your children when you’re at Walt Disney World. When children are small, splitting up is not an option; you … Continue reading