Florida’s report of injuries incurred by Guests at its theme parks in the fourth quarter of 2021 has just been released today.
the ! truly is the most magical place on earth. From thrilling rides and vibrant storytelling inside each attraction to exceptional Broadway-style shows, parades, and nighttime spectaculars that allow Guests to truly experience the magic, there’s something for everyone at
But even Orlando and SeaWorld are required by state law to document them on an log and submit the documentation to the state. isn’t immune from the occasional hiccup. Accidents leading to injuries do happen from time to time in the parks, and when they do, and other theme parks like
The of Agriculture and Consumer Services compiles that information into a quarterly report known as the report and releases it to the public, usually every January, April, July, and October.
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report was released this morning, and though it can sometimes be vague when it comes to individual injuries, it does give an overall report of what types of injuries took place in each . Only those injuries required at least 24 hours of hospitalization and were incurred by Guests are included on the report, meaning the document doesn’t give information about injuries or about injuries for which Guests visited the emergency room and were not admitted to the hospital.
In reporting these types of injuries themselves, , , Sea World and other theme parks in Florida avoid inspections by the state, according to The .
The fourth-quarter report includes data from the theme parks from October, November, and December 2021 and notes seizures and heart-related issues experienced by Guests after enjoying attractions at and , among other issues.
Between October and December of last year, only Disney and Universal Guests experienced the types of injuries the parks are required to report–ten in total from the two resorts combined. Legoland, Tampa, and SeaWorld reported no injuries for the fourth quarter.
According to the report, the following injuries were incurred by Guests:
- October 6: A 58-year-old woman felt dizzy and fell while leaving Toy Story Mania! at Disney’s Hollywood Studios
- October 9: At , a 39-year-old man had a seizure after riding Splash Mountain
- October 11: An 81-year-old man with an undisclosed pre-existing condition had “stroke-like symptoms” after leaving the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction
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- October 12: A 20-year-old woman had a seizure after riding The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh attraction at
- October 12: A 57-year-old woman had “cardiac symptoms” after experiencing the Expedition Everest attraction
- October 13: An 82-year-old man passed out on Kilimanjaro Safaris at Disney’s
- October 27: An 18-year-old man lost consciousness and fell after leaving the Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster attraction at Disney’s Hollywood Studios
- November: No injuries reported
- December 18: A 69-year-old man felt “unwell” after riding the Flight of Passage attraction at Disney’s
- December 21: A 69-year-old woman felt “disoriented” after leaving the Flight of Passage experience
A 27-year-old woman experienced a seizure after riding the Fast & Furious Supercharged simulator
According to the report, 90% of the documented injuries occurred at . Each of the injuries at Disney was related to seizures, feeling unwell, or cardiac symptoms, usually following a experience, rather than falls, broken limbs, and the like.