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Disney Skyliner Crash/Rescue

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I don’t see the crash part. Malfunction does not automatically equal crash.

 

On the flip side, RCFD has been trying to get new vehicles, enough people to function and settle their contract as well. Guess which one of those items has just been proven? That would be , all 3. Nothing like an elevated technical rescue to justify the need and make the current status clear.

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^ the vehicles did slam into each other in one of the stations. Glass is broken. I don’t know if there were people in the vehicles. Heres a short clip from twitter: 

 

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This photo has been floating around various articles/FB as well. I'm not sure where it originated.

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Disney had down played the accident and advertises that the Skyliner is experiencing “unexpected down time” despite multiple guest photos showing the station crash.  I imagine the Skyliner will be out of operation for awhile while Some type of new station parts are engineered to prevent a recurrence.

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I would imagine Disney is trying to do damage control and downplay the severity of this incident given the buzz that's been surrounding this attraction, but it's definitely far more serious than they're trying to say.

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21 hours ago, Oldiesmann said:

I would imagine Disney is trying to do damage control and downplay the severity of this incident given the buzz that's been surrounding this attraction, but it's definitely far more serious than they're trying to say.

Yet reports out of WDW state that it will reopen mid week.

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It reopened today, and has a modified schedule for later this week to work on changes to each line.

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