BREAKING: Emergency Vehicles Drive Through Magic Kingdom to Reported Fire in the Park

According to a post on Facebook, in the Annual Passholders – Walt Disney World Resort group, emergency vehicles are currently driving through the Magic Kingdom.

Image Source: John Keegan, Annual Passholders – Walt Disney World Resort Facebook Group

Guests saw them driving up Main Street U.S.A. toward Liberty Square, reportedly heading toward a fire somewhere in the park.

Smoke was reportedly seen on the left-hand side of Cinderella Castle.

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It was reportedly a “small fire” that occurred in a mulch area near the Cinderella Castle moat. It was put out with a single fire extinguisher.

Disney released an official statement saying, “There was a small fire in Magic Kingdom. The fire was quickly extinguished by fire extinguishers. No one was hurt.”

We will provide updates as we receive more information.

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  1. Overkill… Reedy Creek could have just as easily utilized their golf carts that are equipped with firefighter equipment. Just another example of the magic lost.

  2. New nighttime experience! Lightning lane entrance to the right, dessert party entrance to the left.

  3. Too funny. Is this the new Disney protocol, where if someone sprains their ankle outside of Small World, they’re going to drive an ambulance up to the entrance of the ride? 50 years of handling emergencies, and this is what they’ve come to…

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