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Guest Sues Disney After a Scary Evacuation

Guest Sues Disney After a Scary Evacuation

Ride evacuations at Disney World are quite common. Disney does its best to ensure the safety of Guests. However, that doesn’t always happen.

Evacuations

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Disney World is the Most Magical Place on Earth, right? So it should be immune to ride breakdowns and delays? Wrong.

While the majority of operations run smoothly at Disney World, there are times when things don’t always go as planned. Evacuations, malfunctions, and more can really impact the day-to-day runnings of the parks.

Knowing what to do and what not to do can make or break a situation. Read this post to prepare yourself in case you ever get stuck on a ride at Disney.

Test Track Evacuation

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Test Track commonly evacuates Guests. It is one of the many outdoor rides that cannot operate in the rain. Of course, technical and mechanical issues may also contribute to the need to evacuate.

Head over to the Chevrolet Design Center and build your own virtual concept car. Choose body type, style, color, and more and then take it for a spin on Disney’s test course. You’ll be scored on different criteria like efficiency, speed, adaptability, and more.

Finish off with a final race around the track. This is one of the fastest rides at Disney, reaching up to 65 mph!

Incident

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A woman is suing Disney for $50,000 after an evacuation went wrong. She was visiting over St. Patrick’s Day when the attraction malfunctioned and shut down in the middle of the ride, according to the lawsuit.

As a Cast Member was evacuating her, she fell into a three-foot drop-off. The lawsuit alleges she has a permanent injury but did not state what that injury was.

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Does this sound familiar? That’s because another recent lawsuit alleges a woman was permanently injured after Monorail doors slammed on her during a malfunction. You can read that story HERE.

Have you ever been evacuated off a ride at Disney? Share your experience with us in the comments below.


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