Could there have been a miscount on how many were put on the line and it got too backed up on the gondolas coming into the station?
Mechanical engineering isn't exactly my area of expertise, but I've yet to see any semi-automated system that couldn't be mucked up by insufficiently-trained or overworked human operators.
yeah. I’m sure we will find out. But it just seems like it has to be some mechanical failure. Or a mechanical failure followed my an incorrect response from a human.
And someone actually died on the monorail 10 years ago... guess they are a little late on that tear-down project.
No it is a single cable going all the way from CBR to Epcot.Remember.. in the rivera station that isn't necessarily true. There are hand-offs here between the lines... plus a cabin's grib could be opened, etc.
Edit: sorry, I was thinking the turn station... not rivera. But aren't there bull wheels here, or no? Forget..
some just want to be dramatic. This system by this builder is being used successfully all over the place. Of course it is bad that this happened. And so early in the life cycle. No one wants to see people hurt. Ever. And if someone is to blame, they should be held accountable. But the cause will be determined and then they will get the line back up and running eventually.
I’m sure of it but Disney probably took a shortcut with maintenance or employee training, doing something they shouldn’t have doneThis is just so odd.... they've literally been testing this for months, and in its first week of operation there's a serious incident? I hope everyone there is okay......
I bet the people at Doppelmayr are freaking out too
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