Girl Injured at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort

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A 4-year-old girl was injured at Walt Disney World’s Fort Wilderness resort when a golf cart she was riding overturned.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Office reports that the girl was riding with her father, 37-year-old Charles Wickt, in their personal golf cart Saturday night when the small vehicle overturned, partially pinning the girl underneath. Wickt told authorities he had swerved to avoid another cart that was driving toward them without lights.

The girl reportedly suffered injuries to her neck, head and face. She was transported by helicopter to an Orlando hospital, where she was listed in stable condition.

The crash remains under investigation.


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