First off, there are no signs there that say detour and just because the poster implicated that there was no warning about it doesn't mean that there was no warning about it and worse case scenario is someone went past the warning signs and had to turn around and come back. Oh, the humanities! I will not apologize for Disney when there is nothing to apologize for. That includes things they do that you don't like and things that you think they did wrong. Spend some time figuring out why you feel the need to attack things that you don't understand and then say someone else is apologizing. Seriously!Because having to take a treacherous detour close to a possibly gator-infested lake, over very difficult terrain you don't have the means to easily pass over, is "less than catastrophic" when you personally aren't the one being inconvenienced so. This reeks of ableist privilege.
It's right there in the photo you're looking at. That's not firm, compact dirt next to the sidewalk. Are you just going to ignore the first-hand account of an ECV getting stuck in it?
The entire thing is sloped and not easily traversed in a wheelchair. And yes, I can make that analysis from experience, but it really shouldn't be required.
You don't need to be there "live." This is all quite obvious even in a photo. And you're just going to assume there were signs? Because it's Disney? Really? It's a moot point to you because it was never your concern to begin with. You're more concerned with being a Disney apologist than the welfare of their guests.