Walt Disney World is known as “The Most Magical Place on Earth.” However, there are certain behaviors inside the place “where dreams come true” that have been shining in a dark light.
Walt Disney World is home to four theme parks: Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Each Disney Park includes something for Guests of all ages and sizes. Recent events have shown that some Disney Guests are out of control. Guests have been caught fist-fighting other Guests, yelling at Cast Members, cutting in lines, and much more. Sadly, this is not the Disney standard.
Disney has high expectations for Guests to follow and respect while at the Parks. Disney World also has high expectations for Cast Members. Cast Members are located for Guests if issues, questions, or concerns happen. If Guests are in need of help, Cast Members will swiftly come assist.
In a viral TikTok, A Disney Cast Member can be seen on the side of the road where they say they were struck by another Cast Member. This accident happened in front of a deluxe Resort called Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. According to TikTok, this Cast Member was unlicensed and uninsured and fled the scene of the incident. The other reportedly waited two hours Fire department to come.
@mattrmedia I got rear ended at Disney. The driver is uninsured and doesn’t have a license. They’re also a cast member. 2 hours waiting on FHP so far… this has been interesting. #disney #disneyworld #magickingdom #polynesianresort #wdw #hitandrun #caraccident ♬ original sound – Matthew Rosenblatt
Disney has implemented various measures to keep Guests safe, such as including signs before the entrance about not stopping your vehicle.
If you are involved in a car accident at a Disney theme park or on Disney property, following the general steps for any car accident is important. Here’s what you should do:
- Ensure Safety: Move to a safe location if possible, away from traffic or potential hazards. Turn on your hazard lights to alert other drivers.
- Check for Injuries: Assess yourself and others involved in the accident for any injuries. If anyone is seriously injured, immediately call emergency services by dialing the appropriate emergency number in your location (e.g., 911 in the United States).
- Contact Disney Security or Cast Member: Notify the nearest Disney cast member or security personnel about the accident. They can assist you and guide you through the necessary steps.
- Report the Accident to the Police: Contact the local authorities and report the accident. Depending on the severity of the accident and the location, you may need to call either the local police or the highway patrol.
- Exchange Information: Exchange relevant information with the other driver(s) involved, including names, contact details, license plate numbers, driver’s license information, and insurance information.