Back in 2019, there was an accident where some Disney World Skyliner gondolas crashed into each other. Yesterday evening, some Skyliner gondolas crashed into each other again.
We shared some live updates from the crash, news about some guests that were stuck following the crash, and updates about when the Skyliner began moving again. Now, Disney has made a few statements about the recent incident.
According to Orlando’s News 6, Disney officials have said that “nobody was in the cabins [involved] in the incident and nobody was injured.”
In case you missed it, yesterday some Skyliner gondolas crashed at the Disney’s Hollywood Studios station, and some glass shattered.
When we visited the station last night, at first the gondolas were not moving and people were waiting in line for the gondolas. The guests were then encouraged to take buses or boats to get to their next destination.
Again, this isn’t the first time that an incident has happened with the Skyliner. There was a previous crash in 2019 and earlier this year some guests got stuck in the Skyliner for quite some time due to weather concerns.
During previous incidents, we’ve also gotten a look at what’s included in the emergency packs in the Skyliner before (and given our thoughts on what SHOULD have been included in there).
If you’re wondering what emergency situations like this one might be like in Disney World and how to prepare for them, check out our video below about handling emergencies and evacuations in Disney World.
Click here to see more about the individuals who were stuck on the Skyliner recently due to weather concerns.
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