From WKMG this morning:
"ORLANDO, Fla. - An incident at Universal's Volcano Bay water park sent multiple people to the hospital Sunday and forced the attraction to close several hours early.
Firefighters were originally called to the scene after getting reports of people being shocked.
Check out 'Taking the Florida Plunge' on Facebook for a lot of feedback on this subject.
We moved here partially for Disney but not 'specifically for' Disney. I can't say the magic has faded but it has become different. But we also don't go every day nor live 'on top of' Disney either.
Legalese to keep Disney from being sued by someone who buys the tickets and then uses them on 3 consecutive days because they think they have to. So, using that verbiage covers them legally as it clearly states that use on non-consecutive days *is allowed*.
What also adds punch is using real premium ice cream and bittersweet chocolate in the Parks' ice cream bar as opposed to low-fat ice cream and cocoa powder in the store version. ;-) There's a reason the word 'Premium' is on the packaging at the Parks and not on the store box.