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Jungle Trips Draw Crowds

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Source: Long Beach Independent

Dateline: August 24, 1956

Posted: May 14, 2017

Disneyland officials report that 2,084,189 persons enjoyed Adventureland's jungle river cruise during the first year of operation. Runners-up were the Mark Twain with 1,318,926 passengers; the Santa Fe and Disneyland Passenger Train with 1,143,959; and Snow White Ride with 1,021,976 adventurers. It was pointed out, however, that the popularity of individual attractions cannot be judged by the number ...

Jury Says Splash Mountain Accident Not Substantial Factor In Injury

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Source: Los Angeles Times

Dateline: June 23, 2014

Posted: June 25, 2014

Disneyland was negligent in an accident involving the Splash Mountain ride, but the incident was not a substantial factor in the injury of a rider who sued, a jury has found.. Steven Wilson of Anaheim said in a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles that he fell while trying to evacuate the Splash Mountain plume ride after it became stuck in March, 2010. The lawsuit claimed that ...

Just Trying To Get Through The Crowd

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Source: Orange County Register

Dateline: January 19, 2011

Posted: January 21, 2011

Our family usually spends Christmas Eve at Disneyland, renewing our passes and watching the fake snowfall. This year we had out-of-town company, who spent two of their five days in the Magic Kingdom, so we saw a little more of Mickey than usual. They were at the gates when the parks opened and stayed until closing each night. I joined them both days, but I admit, I could only last a few hours before I ...

Justices Tighten Rules On Safety Of Thrill Rides

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Source: San Francisco Chronicle

Dateline: June 17, 2005

Posted: June 17, 2005

A roller coaster isn't a bus. But if a thrill-seeking rider is injured, the amusement park will be judged by the same strict standard of care as a transit line, the California Supreme Court ruled Thursday in a wrongful- death suit against Disneyland. The 4-3 ruling requires operators of "thrill" rides to use "utmost care and diligence'' to protect their passengers, the standard set by an 1872 state ...

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