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Tag Archives: themepark safety
WFTV is reporting on a Walt Disney World resort bus that crashed near the gates to the Magic Kingdom last night. Injuries were reported, but no word on their severity. Video shows that the accident was nothing serious. This is … Continue reading
Today Walt Disney World received the OSHA report listing its findings following its investigation of the Monorail accident last summer that resulted in the death of a cast member. The Resort was also fined $44,000 and provided a list of … Continue reading
I’m getting a lot of reports about the troubles Disney had with the Magic Kingdom monorail system this weekend. Turns out the worst was some inconvenience for guests that Disney could have handled better. However, they’re really playing with fire. … Continue reading
Update: Apparently this news is no news at all. For NTSB is still on their approximately 1 year from incident timeline for the accident. For a while lit looked like the NTSB report on the Disney World fatal monorail accident … Continue reading