New Disney World Fireworks Show is Leaving Local Resident’s Vehicles Covered in Ashes

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Last month, Disney’s Magic Kingdom park debuted its new fireworks show “Happily Ever After.” The new nighttime  show is the biggest fireworks spectacular in Disney World history and according to local residents, it has become a problem.

Eyewitness News interviewed residents of Windermere Cay Luxury apartments who claim that since replacing “Wishes,” the former Magic Kingdom fireworks show, “Happily Ever After” has left their cars covered in ashes and debris, on a daily basis.

 

“You have to pay for it every day to get it cleaned off, plus God only know what damage it’s doing to my car,” Rob, who didn’t want to give his last name, told Eyewitness News. While other residents don’t seem to have an issue. “It’s expected. I mean if you’re living here, you’re less than a mile away from the launch point,” Victor Salcedo said.

Disney has not made an official comment about the debris.

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Source Credit: Eyewitness news

 


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