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Disneyland Fantasmic Dragon Engulfed in Flames

SplashZander

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What are we guessing for the next few months? Return of the B mode witch on a stick or outright cancellations?
Hopefully B-mode.

Depending on the damage to the surrounding stage probably determines the hiatus.

If it’s minimal damage, probably a few weeks, but if it’s major damage, they’d probably cancel it for a while, which would absolutely suck for the cast and crew, and would mean it would take even longer to start-up again since they would have to train all over again.
 

SplashZander

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Really just hope everyone is okay at the moment
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This individual was fighting a losing battle dangerously close to it, until they backed off, hopefully no one got hurt.

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At one point a huge column of fire shot right by him, probably a hydraulic fluid line bursting, which prompted him to run off. Very very scary. Hopefully he and everyone else remained unharmed.

Probably something symbolic about a huge blaze with Splash Mountain in the background, though
 
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TheRealBobIger

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Really just hope everyone is okay at the moment
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This individual was fighting a losing battle dangerously close to it, until they backed off, hopefully no one got hurt.

Probably something symbolic about a huge blaze with Splash Mountain in the background, though
I admire that Cast Member but what was he expecting fighting that huge fire with one little fire extinguisher
 

SplashZander

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This livestream captured the whole show, fire, and evacuation

A couple seconds before it caught on fire, substantial amount of fluid was pouring down from the base of its head:
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If I had to guess, the nozzle that shoots the propellant or the pipe itself burst, leading to propellant in places it shouldn’t have been, and thus, ignition where ignition shouldn’t have been.
 
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Disney1923-2023

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Hopefully B-mode.

Depending on the damage to the surrounding stage probably determines the hiatus.

If it’s minimal damage, probably a few weeks, but if it’s major damage, they’d probably cancel it for a while, which would absolutely suck for the cast and crew, and would mean it would take even longer to start-up again since they would have to train all over again.
supposedly the whole stage collapsed
 

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