Reports Of Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover Trains Colliding

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According to a post by Sorcerer Radio on Instagram, it looks as though the PeopleMover at Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World has run into some issues.

The caption of the Instagram post reads “Our TTA train slammed into the train in front of us. Looks like we will be evacuated.”

This unfortunate situation was posted by Sorcerer Radio about three hours ago and as of right now, it looks as though no one was injured.

According to the My Disney Experience app, the Tomorrowland Transit Authority is back up and running and at 2:12 pm EST, it currently has a 30 minute wait.

This report comes a day after the Jungle Cruise attraction experienced an issue with a boat sinking and filling with water while guests were on board and after reports of a suspicious man and a high level police activity at Disney’s Beach Club Resort.

sinking jungle cruise boat
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Jungle Cruise Incident

On the afternoon of February 27, reports came in that a boat on the Jungle Cruise attraction in Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World Resort has sunk.

Disney has since released a statement on the issues:

“A boat took on some water. Reedy Creek Fire Department responded immediately to this event. Everyone got out of the boat safely. We worked with guests individually so that they could enjoy the rest of their day in the park. The attraction has reopened.”

You can read more about this situation here.

Disney's Beach Club Resort
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Beach Club Incident

Late last night, February 27, it was reported that there was a large police presence at Disney’s Beach Club. It was also reported that SWAT and Orange County Sheriff’s Department was seen on-site and a helicopter was heard circling the resort.

Orange County Sheriff’s Office has since released a statement on this situation.

Deputies were at the Disney Beach Club Resort in reference to a suspicious person. Someone thought a man had a gun under a jacket. Deputies determined there was no threat. Guests at the resort are safe. We take all threats seriously and will always respond and investigate.”

You can read more about this situation here.

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