Please provide some clarification :veryconfu Thanks! Duckberg
I agree completely, Monorail is an obvious overload issue but the other 2 sound completely like freak, tragic accidents. Condolances to the families, both biologial and Disney..Why is it hard to believe that they are coincidental? What do the three accidents have in common? In the case of the monorail accident cutbacks are a legitimate hypothesis to explore but how would cutbacks cause the other two accidents?
I wish this would stop happening. Three deaths this summer, this is sooo sad
It is very sad. And actually it's FOUR this year, if you count the CM that was killed in the car crash this past April.
From what I heard it was going to be a one or two day shutdown.I was watch fox news and they reported on this accident, they mentioned that the show will shut down!?? now I haven't heard that before then and I believe it was just a flub or maybe he meant shut down for one more day... i dunno anyone else hear anything?
Care to explain why a show that still fills a 2000 seat amphitheater several times a day is "no longer worth having"?I was just thinking it was going to be shut down. This is the first death but I know cast members get hurt there a lot. It probably just isn't worth having it anymore.
Care to explain why a show that still fills a 2000 seat amphitheater several times a day is "no longer worth having"?
A death, especially the death of a castmember can happen anywhere at WDW. It is an industrial work environment. Unfortunately accidental deaths are inevitable. If all it takes is a single accidental death to shutter something then you will also need to close Primeval Whirl, the Pirate Tutorial, the Monorail, Carousel of Progress, all parades, and the bus system. Closing shows and attractions on a knee jerk reaction is not the answer. Investigating and revising safety practices is.Well, the threat of future lawsuits and your employees health when they have been getting hurt there. Not to mention a death changes everything. It might stay, it might not. They have to ask themselves if its worth the risk. Its a stunt show. It isn't a ride. Employees do get hurt there. The odds are something bad will happen again at some point. Explained.
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