During the evening hours of September 19th, 2019 a monorail on Walt Disney World Resort property seems to have lost power leaving the Ticket and Transportation Center and heading to Epcot. This incident left as many as 100 people stuck inside according to a tweet, which you can check out below, as well as some images and video.
It seems that passengers have started to be evacuated through the roof.
#Breaking: As many as 100 people are stuck in a stalled monorail tonight on Walt Disney World property, according to an Orange County Fire Rescue spokesman. No injuries have been reported. @MyNews13 #News13Orange
— Tammie Fields (@tammiefields) September 20, 2019
Second footage passing by the monorail breakdown an hour ago leaving Disney’s Contemporary resort heading out World Drive pic.twitter.com/6Z9NBVeRxg
— Steph Lasal (@stephanie_lasal) September 20, 2019
No injuries have been reported yet (thank goodness!) and it seems Disney’s Reedy Creek Fire Department is on the scene and in charge. Around 10:30 P.M. Orange County Fire Rescue was called to the scene to help assist with evacuations.
It seems the monorail just cannot catch a break lately! We will be following the story as it progresses, so make sure to check back here at WDWNT for more information.
6 thoughts on “BREAKING: Monorail Loses Power Stranding Guests Onboard, Evacuation in Progress”
Should we call this thing the real life tower of terror? Seriously D, what’s the deal?
How about no? That sounds more dumb than a screen door on a battleship.
Man, I heard the same thing happens all the time to the monorail at Tokyo Disneyla….wait…no, no it does not. Because they actually put money into their infrastructure and upkeep with new trains and such. C’mon, Disney…do better!
Is this considered Breaking news anymore? Breaking News would be them announcing a new fleet has been ordered…
The monorail broke, it’s LITERALLY breaking news.
Does anybody know which monorail color it was?
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