Walt Disney World Resort Guest dealt with a medical emergency during the Cinderella Castle firework show.
Disney World, located in Orlando, Florida, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. The theme park is part of the larger Walt Disney World Resort, which encompasses multiple theme parks, water parks, hotels, and other entertainment venues.
Disney World is divided into several them parks: Magic Kingdom Park, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Each Disney Park includes its own attractions and atmosphere. Disney World also includes two water parks, Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach, and a shopping and dining district in Disney Springs.
The most famous of these Disney Parks is the Magic Kingdom Park, which is home to iconic attractions like Cinderella Castle, Space Mountain, “it’s a small world,” Jungle Cruise Pirates of the Caribbean, Peter Pan’s Flights, The Many Adventure of Winnie the Pooh, and many more. The theme park also features parades and live performances, as well as numerous restaurants, shops, and character meet-and-greets.
Disney World’s fireworks shows are a must-see for anyone visiting the Park. They are the perfect way to end a day of adventure and magic and leave Guests with memories that will last a lifetime. The nightly show, Disney Enchantment– soon to changed to the returning “Happily Ever After” — features a stunning display of fireworks, lasers, and music that tells the story of some of Disney’s most beloved characters the show takes place in front of Cinderella Castle down Main Street, U.S.A.
In a Reddit Thread, a Disney Guest talks about the medical emergency they experienced while watching the firework show. This Guest had an epilepsy attack while in the middle of the show when Cast Members came in no time and made a barricade to keep this Guest out of other’s view when paramedics arrived on site, Disney Cast Members had Main Street, U.S.A cleared, which usually is very crowded.
“My boyfriend had an epilepsy attack in the middle of the fireworks show. It was insane how organized they were about it. Disney paid for all the medical stuff, the Uber from the hospital back to our car and welcomed us back to the park the next day at no cost.”
We were right in the middle of the fireworks at magic kingdom and They had cast members blocking him off with a good amount of space within 3 minutes. And not just 1-2 cast members, like 10 cast members creating a human barricade to keep him out of everyone’s view. By the time the paramedics came, they had the entire Main Street cleared of people.
When this Guest came to they were wondering what had happened and they explained to stay calm that they were in the parade and this Guest started waving to the crowd and the crowds cheered. Disney made this Guests trip right by allowing them to come back for free the next day to redo this Guest’s first experience.
Have you witnessed a medical emergency while at Disney World?