The accident drew plenty of attention on Twitter Saturday night — including from fan accounts and YouTubers criticizing media for covering the story and stranded guests for complaining about the long delay.
Major theme parks run by Disney, Universal and SeaWorld are required to report such incidents to FDACS as part of an agreement to avoid state inspections.
Major theme parks in the region are required to report injuries or illnesses that require at least a 24-hour hospital stay as part of an agreement to avoid state inspections.
A pair of lawsuits from Disney World guests allege they were injured while riding on PeopleMover at Magic Kingdom. The first suit, filed in Orange County in February by Heather and John Tregidgo of New Jersey,... Read More
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