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Hello MW have a question ? Has anyone ever experienced a Earthquake while on a ride at the park? I was just on Pirates of the caribbean and was thinking what if ..., let us know if you have experienced anything ?
Are you asking cause of the little earthquake earlier today?? - RickChavez 3685.4 #49 4-23-12 7:46PMLike(1)Reply
We were at DL once when there was earthquake. We were on Astro Blasters and didn't feel a thing but upon exiting the ride we heard about it and they had temporarily shut down most of the rides in Tomorrowland. Only for like 15 to 20 minutes though. - Aquata 292.3 #1085 4-23-12 7:57PMLikeReply
I was on Star Tours during an earthquake years ago -- my Dad and I exited and went to go on some other attractions and they were all closed because they had to check everything for safety. :( While I understand why they were doing it, it was such a bummer because everything was closed for the rest of the night and it was our last night! - BreadAndButterfly 505.4 #473 4-23-12 8:00PMLikeReply
Its funny that you ask this question because I always think that when Im in Space Mountain. I always ask this question and my BF always laughs at me. I dont think Space Mountain, Screamin, or WOD are good rides to be while during an earthquake. But Im pretty sure they are built to outstand a big earthquake.. or so I hope... - MagicalLand 414.2 #612 4-23-12 8:15PMLikeReply
I would say everything is earthquake-safe. If we have a measurable earthquake we cycle out and wait for facilities to check everything out. It's very frustrating for guests and cast alike. - plaidtink 319.5 #908 4-23-12 8:39PMLikeReply
I haven't personally, but as CMs, we're all trained for emergencies. Its part of our basic training. For attractions though, it may take a little time, but the attraction CMs have to pass an emergency evacuation before they are even signed off to work the attraction - BaseballMickey 8950.2 #14 4-23-12 8:42PMLikeReply
I have never thought about that before...I grew up in CA and experienced many earthquakes but never once at DL or even thought about one at DL...I think I go into the whole mindset that nothing bad happens there...kind of childish I guess but I just don't think bad thoughts while I'm there.....I will now ;) lol j/k - TiggerBelle 534.5 #444 4-23-12 8:49PMLikeReply
In attractions, we are also consistently quizzed and updated on earthquake procedures. - plaidtink 319.5 #908 4-23-12 8:56PMLikeReply