You won’t believe what this Disney attraction looks like when guests have to evacuate. Check out the cool pictures here.
Rides Break Down
At times, unexpected closures occur at the Most Magical Place on Earth. Either a ride is malfunctioning or some quick work needs to take place that doesn’t require a full blown refurbishment. Something may need fixed that doesn’t affect the ride function.
Unfortunately, those unexpected closures can became a multi-day closure. And other times, guests are evacuated because of a temporary malfunction.
Located at Disney World’s Animal Kingdom park, the Dinosaur attraction thrills guests as they travel back in time on a perilous prehistoric race to rescue a dinosaur before a meteor strikes.
Board a rugged Time Rover vehicle and set off on a thrilling adventure through a primeval forest filled with life-like dinosaurs. Drive through unpredictable twists and turns turns. Dart around a fearsome Velociraptor hunting for prey. Avoid the clutches of a Cearadactylus soaring overhead! But what if something goes wrong?
That’s just what happened last night! Guests riding the Dinosaur attraction were instructed to evacuate the ride. For various reasons, Disney cast members instruct guests to remain in their vehicles for a temporarily stop. However, at times, cast members need guests to evacuate the ride completely. Take a look HERE at Rise of the Resistance with lights on and Haunted Mansion HERE.
Last night, guests riding the Dinosaur attraction were instructed to evacuate the ride.
Leaving ride areas, Cast Members inform guests when entering backstage areas. Then, they tell guests to to put phones away because pictures and videos are not allowed. Although they are allowed in the ride itself which is what was captured in the photo above.
What to do during an Evacuation
Dinosaur is just one of many attractions that have to be evacuated from time to time. In fact, it happens more often than you think! There are something helpful things to do if you get stuck on an attraction. Always stay calm and follow Cast Member instructions. Also, never get out of the ride vehicle on your own or touch parts of the ride on your way out. For more tips, read Monica’s article HERE. Check out what looks like sensors on the ride vehicles below.
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