Westwood High School Loses Thousands in Stolen Equipment near Disneyland

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Unfortunately, there’s been more trouble at the Disneyland Resort in California this week. The worst part is that a hero has not come to the rescue to help this situation yet.

The Westwood High School Show Choir traveled to the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California this week for a competition. While performing there, their equipment truck and trailer were stolen from the parking lot of their hotel. Westwood High School Show Choir  Director Tom Gerking is hoping that their insurance will cover the tens of thousands of dollars in belongings and equipment that was stolen. Although it was not released if the group was staying at one of the three Disneyland Resort hotels, the group was staying in the Anaheim, California area. Hopefully, the police will be able to find whoever took their stolen equipment and they will be returned to their rightful owners soon!

Did you catch the article earlier this week about a high school senior who helped save a toddler by performing CPR? Sara Jewell, a high school senior from Taft High School, was also performing at the Disneyland Resort when she heard a mother call for help near the Dumbo ride. You can read the full article here.

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