Disney releases their accident and injuries every quarter, and they recently reported that there were 12 injuries that recently occurred in the parks the past 4 months. Disney has to do this as part of a deal they have with the state, so they can avoid public ride safety regulations.
Unfortunately I saw an emergency first hand with my own daughter as blood gushed from my 20 month old’s head. Let me explain…. On the first day we came in we decided to go over to Ft. Wilderness (our first time over to it) and eat at Trails End Buffet
Found this interesting article from Tampa Bay Online. Looks like Disney takes every account very seriously. Eight patrons of Walt Disney World theme parks complained of injuries or illnesses from July through September, according to the latest quarterly report from the state. Tampa’s Busch Gardens and Orlando’s SeaWorld, Wet ‘n
Officials with Florida’s Walt Disney World said a suspicious device reported on a bus turned out to be an old prototype tire-pressure monitor. Disney spokeswoman Andrea Finger said Monday a maintenance crew unfamiliar with the device, which was installed on a single bus in 1998, found the object on the
Disneyland seems to have been attacked by Zurg the past few days. Some rides were shut down at the â€˜Magic Kingdomâ€™ because of a power outage for the second day in a row. Disney spokesman John Nicoletti confirmed that the outage affected some attractions including Space Mountain. Buzz Lightyear Astro