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Disneyland blackout is ended with a dozen rides with a park at full capacity

A power outage in the Disneyland Resort in California caused a dozen rides to close down, leaving the park-goers to ask for a refund

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A power outage in the Disneyland Resort in California shut down a dozen attractions Wednesday, asks the guests to seek refunds.

The power outage was caused by a malfunction with one of the park transformers, knocking out power in Toontown and Fantasyland around 11 a.m., Fox 5 San Diego reports.

All of Toontown and parts of Fantasyland are affected by the power failure pic.twitter.com/mj2TJ1RzYJ

— Sarah Mansoor (@idkmybff_Sarah) December 27, 2017

FRUITCAKE WRAPPED IN A SUSPICIOUS PACKAGE TEMPORARILY STOPS THE SEATTLE FERRY

The guests had to be escorted from the affected rides, including the Monorail, which transports people between the park and the Disneyland Hotel.

When the ride breaks @Disneyland #ItsASmallWorld pic.twitter.com/bDoCbsRjav

— Geoff Fienberg (@gfienberg17) December 27, 2017

According to Disneyland’s Twitter feed, the park had reached capacity during these busy holidays and only return if in input of 1 hour

PARKS UPDATE: The Disneyland Resort is very busy today. Check the Disneyland App for the latest wait times, and schedules to plan your day.

— Disneyland Today (@DisneylandToday) December 27, 2017

PARKS UPDATE: Disneyland Park is currently only accepting Guests for re-entry at this time. Disney California Adventure Park will remain available for your pleasure. Updates to follow.

— Disneyland Today (@DisneylandToday) December 27, 2017

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Despite the guests expressing their anger on social media, a park spokesman told the LA Times no refunds will be given.

Nonsensical time spent in Disneyland. There is a power failure and there is no refund!!! $1100 down the drain!! #disneypoweroutage #poorcustomerservice

— Juveria Kanodia (@juvs06) December 27, 2017

How can I receive compensation for this mess of a situation in the park today @Disneyland? After being told two entire worlds were closed, the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction is just broken after waiting in line for more than an hour. Terrible experience.

— Corey Simons (@mrcoreysimons) December 27, 2017

@Disneyland In the park, now with half of it out as a result of the power. Of course you want a refund because our 4 year old couldn’t do anything. Guest line is over 3 hours long. What are you going to do?

— Lottie Frick (@lottiefrick) December 27, 2017

 

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