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Disneyland Article
Disneyland Replaces Lamp Posts As Precautionary Measure
Brady Macdonald
Disneyland has begun removing and replacing lamp posts throughout the Anaheim theme park as a precautionary measure after high winds in November toppled a Town Square lamp post that left several visitors injured.

Disneyland has removed and is replacing lamp posts near the Jolly Holiday and Rancho del Zocalo restaurants and Pirates of the Caribbean attraction as a precaution.

Disneyland routinely inspects, maintains and replaces lamp poles as part of ongoing maintenance, according to Disneyland officials.

Disneyland is replacing a small percentage of the lamp poles throughout the resort as a precaution, according to Disneyland officials

Disneyland has removed at least 10 lamp posts near Jolly Holiday, Rancho del Zocalo and Pirates of the Caribbean and replaced them with wooden boxes covering their bases.

“Unfortunately, the boxes are awkwardly sized and a potential tripping hazard — especially in Rancho. A low, neutral-colored box on the ground in an area where people are carrying trays and scanning for open tables. What could possibly go wrong?”

Three Disneyland visitors were injured in November when a Town Square lamp post fell during high winds gusting to 60 mph and toppled onto a walkway near the park entrance.

The lamp post in a flower bed around the Disneyland flag pole was used for stage lighting for parades and shows along Main Street USA. Disneyland crews removed the fallen lamp post and added tie-down cables to similar lampposts in Town Square and the Sleeping Beauty Castle hub.

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