PeopleMover Vehicles Seen Crashing Into Each Other During Testing

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Look at upper level of PeopleMover ride vehicles

Full credit for this goes to BlogMickey.com.  They captured a video of Disney testing the People Mover cars at the Magic Kingdom this morning. In the video you can clearly see, and hear, one ride vehicle slamming into another one.  It seems to happen several times.

One of the reasons Disney was supposedly fixing the attraction was this issue.

As of now the “refurbishment” is scheduled to end in a few days, but I won’t be surprised to see Disney extend that if this is something that keeps happening.

It is important to note that many others have reported seeing the vehicles moving for testing with no issue. However, this is an issue that needs to not happen after reopening.

I’m just hoping it’s something they can get fixed and under control. I would hate to lose the PeopleMover as it’s one of my family’s favorite attractions at the Magic Kingdom.

What do you think? Comment and let us know.

Source:  Full credit to Blog Mickey


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Kambrea Pratt
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