Person Falls on Monorail Track at Tokyo Disney Resort; Trains Halted Due To Power Loss

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An unidentified person fell on the Disney Resort Line monorail track at the Tokyo Disney Resort on Wednesday night. The monorail trains lost power, though it is not known at this time whether the power loss resulted from the incident itself or whether the power was shut off for safety reasons.

The fall occurred at the line’s Bayside Station. During the delay, many guests decided to walk to Maihama Station, near the Resort Line’s Resort Gateway Station, in order to return to Tokyo.

(Translation: The resort line is stopped. Everyone is walking to Maihama station on foot.)

The power outage on the monorail was captured by Twitter user @mika___cos, and in the station by @tonsuke_208302.

Emergency crews were dispatched to the resort, but the condition of the person who fell is unknown at this time.

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