Around 100 Disney guests needed to be evacuated last night when their monorail stalled on the tracks near the Transportation and Ticket Center at Walt Disney World.
🚝 Something happening to the monorail right now! Just leaving the Contemporary before the TTC. Smell in the air like electrical and brakes. Monorail broken down. Rescue. Fire. Ambulance. @disunplugged @intercot #tourwithsteph #disneymonorail #disneynow #disneynews #disneylive pic.twitter.com/v0o8YZkOuy
— Steph Lasal (@stephanie_lasal) September 20, 2019
Orange County Fire Rescue received a call about a monorail train stuck on the tracks just before 10:30 p.m
— Loren McCarthy (@chino9798) September 20, 2019
Guests were stranded on the monorail while emergency crews evacuated them via rescue buckets two at a time.
It was reported that you could smell burnt electrical/brake smell in the air.
Monorail evacuation pic.twitter.com/EhqMXeGE15
— Brer Brian (@Brer_Brian) September 20, 2019
All of the guests were fine and they were all on the ground around 1:30am.
The Reedy Creek Fire Department has not said what happened to cause the monorail to break down.
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