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Updated December 18th, 2023 at 16:21 IST

Riders Plunge into World Everest Roller Coaster for 30 Minutes – Video Viral

A technical problem with the Expedition Everest roller coaster, leaving visitors stranded for nearly 30 minutes

Reported by: Rishi Shukla
Riders Plunge into World Everest Roller Coaster for 30 Minutes
Riders Plunge into World Everest Roller Coaster for 30 Minutes | Image:Viral @DisneyFoodBlog/Twitter
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A trip to Disney parks promises a magical adventure, yet occasional unforeseen situations can interrupt the thrill. On December 14th, Florida's Animal Kingdom faced a technical problem with the Expedition Everest roller coaster, leaving visitors stranded for nearly 30 minutes.  

This unexpected incident unfolded as guests experienced an unforeseen stall and backward movement on the park's tallest roller coaster. 

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The Disney Food Blog shared footage of the incident on its X page, which has since garnered more than 1 Lakh views and numerous comments on X. Social media users expressed their surprise and shock at the situation, contributing to the story's viral nature.  

The video captured the suspenseful moment when guests found themselves in an unexpected predicament.

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The ride, standing at an impressive 199.5 feet, usually takes visitors to the mountain top, where they encounter an animated Yeti. In this instance, one coaster car unexpectedly stalled while climbing the mountain, creating a suspenseful moment for riders.  

Simultaneously, another coaster got stuck at the segment where riders began moving backward on the track. 

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While Disney World is known for its flawless entertainment and attractions, occasional technical glitches or weather-related issues can lead to unforeseen interruptions. The Expedition Everest roller coaster incident on December 14th is a reminder that even the most magical places may encounter temporary challenges.  

As the viral video continues to circulate on social media, it sparks conversations about theme park safety and the unpredictability of even the most thrilling attractions. 

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Published December 18th, 2023 at 16:21 IST

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