[Epoch Times October 06, 2021]A few days ago, an accident occurred in Shanghai Disneyland. A male tourist suddenly passed out while waiting in line for a game event and died after rescue efforts failed.
On October 5, Shanghai Disney Resort issued an announcement stating that on the morning of October 3, an accident occurred in Shanghai Disneyland. A male tourist suddenly fainted in the waiting area of the Chuangji Speed Light Wheel Project. The on-site staff immediately took first aid measures in accordance with the emergency procedures of the park, and called an ambulance to take him to the nearest designated hospital, but died unfortunately after the rescue failed.
Shanghai Disney Resort stated that it was deeply saddened by the incident and extended its deepest condolences to the families of the deceased.
The Paper reported on October 6 that the male tourist and a female friend came to Shanghai Disneyland on the morning of October 3, and had only played in the park for less than two hours before the incident. They first visited the attraction “Pirates of the Caribbean: Battle of the Sunken Treasure”. Afterwards, the male tourists went to the Chuangjiguang wheel alone to line up, and suddenly fainted in the waiting area in the queue for about half an hour.
The report said that the tourist did not ride the Chuangji Speed Light Wheel before fainting. The queue for the scenic spots in the area is indoors, air-conditioned, and the tourist queued for about thirty minutes before fainting.
Mainland netizens said, “You should limit the number of people and keep the queue for each item no more than 20 minutes, so that the experience is good.” “The total price of Disney is expensive, but it feels worthwhile after playing. The biggest trouble may be the queue problem. .”
It is reported that the world’s first ultra-speed light wheel is located in Shanghai Disneyland. It opened on June 16, 2016. When it opened, it was the fastest roller coaster in the world’s Disneyland. It quickly became one of the most popular projects in Shanghai Disneyland. .
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