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Power outage shuts down rides in parts of Disneyland
30 December 2017, 12:56 | Clyde Nash
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After the Anaheim park's official Twitter account reported earlier that Disneyland is "very busy today", dozens of replies detailed complaints about a lack of information and general confusion about the state of affairs after the outage.
A park spokesperson said power has been restored to a majority of the park, although though some rides may still be affected.
"We've discovered that the issue is with a Disneyland Resort transformer and our group is right now surveying and attempting to reestablish control", Disney said in an announcement got by KABC.
As of Wednesday afternoon, Disneyland officials said guests are only allowed in for re-entry. There was no estimate when the rest would be back online.
Guests tweeted about the incident, sharing pictures of long lines and complained about poor customer service, noting the park failed to offer refunds. Later they added, "Disney California Adventure Park remains available for your enjoyment".
The power outage comes as Disneyland, decorated for the Christmas season, is expected to see holiday crowds. "What's the worst that could happen?"
The blackout left visitors stranded on "around twelve" rides, including the Monorail, amid a standout amongst the most well known circumstances of year for guests.
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