Disney World visitors to board a monorail were in for a night in the weekend.
The visitors to the ‘Happiest place on Earth’ were in for a scare on Jan. 7 when the monorail arrived at Epcot with one of his car doors are partially open.
According to the two videos posted on Instagram via @abbieprimeknits, Monorail Red accelerated of Disney World’s Transportation and Ticket Center with a door agape, as passengers held tight to the safety of poland in the car.
I need a drink. @disney, boys, you must get on this, what if someone had fallen?
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“Monorail red is not having a good day and I’m having a panic attack,” @abbieprimeknits wrote of the first video, adding “I need a drink. @disney, boys, you must get on this, what if someone had fallen?” News 6. notes that the monorail goes from 15 to 40 km / h, hiking a 14-km span around the resort, high above the park itself.
Monorail red is not having a good day and I’m having a panic attack. #disney #monorail #thisisfine #callmaintenance
News 6 later spoke with the woman who placed the fragments, each of which are viewed more than 2400 times. She said that it is for the departure of the Transportation and Ticket Center, maintenance workers spent about 10 minutes trying to get the problematic door to close, that in the end it is for the monorail took off.
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Disney officials confirmed to WFTV 9 that the train has been removed from service, and that all of the monorail cabins are equipped with a telephone that connects passengers to the monorail pilot for such emergencies. New security measures are installed to ensure the incident does not occur again. WDW News Today reported that “Not Leaning” characters were added to each of the monorail door of Jan. 8.
According to Disney site WDWMagic more than 150,000 parkgoers ride with the monorail per day.
“I am grateful that the riders were in peace and that the car was not crowded, and there were no children, standing on the train,” the guest told News 6. “This may have ended very differently.”
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Representatives for Disney World does not immediately return Fox News’ request for comment.
Janine Puhak is an editor for Fox News Lifestyle. Follow her on Twitter via @JaninePuhak