Early this morning, on February 16, 2020, it was reported that a third-party charter bus had caught fire at Walt Disney World Resort.
As of now, it looks like the fire has been controlled and extinguished but early this morning, it was a bit chaotic. It was reported that there was a charter bus at the Transportation and Ticket Center located in Walt Disney World Resort that had caught fire and was reportedly blowing smoke while it was parked.
The charter bus was not affiliated with the Disney Bus Transportation as it was a third-party bus.
Twitter user @DisMomKnows took this photo and shared it in this tweet below:
Bus fire at TTC 😬 pic.twitter.com/tsaoixvMwy
— DisMomKnows (@DisMomKnows) February 16, 2020
Another Twitter user shared this tweet about the bus fire. It looks as though this third-party charter bus was a diesel bus engine, which exploded causing all the smoke:
This was at the MK to Epcot monorail transfer.
— Karl Alex Pauls🍑🌿 (@KarlAlexPauls) February 16, 2020
Again, the fire has been extinguished, though the cause of the fire is still unknown.
Walt Disney World is known for treating their guests with the upmost respect and safety is their number one priority. Inside the Magic will keep you updated as this is a developing story.
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