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Boy Also Injured Fingers On Disney World Ride - Quincy Herald-whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sports

Walt Disney World Resort Update (Walt Disney World Resort Update) by Marie Rossiter

(AP) - A report says a 12-year-old boy suffered cuts to four fingers on Walt Disney World's Pirates of the Caribbean ride, three months before a British tourist had a similar accident. The report made public Monday by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services shows the boy lacerated his fingers in mid-April. No other details were released. The British tourist lost two fingertips on his right hand almost two weeks ago while on the Pirates of the Caribbean ride. Disney spokeswoman Jacquee Wahler says as a precaution, guests are no longer being loaded in the back row where the two people were when they were injured. She says the ride has been inspected and is deemed safe. Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. All content Copyright 2000 - 2014 WorldNow and Quincy Herald-Whig. All Rights Reserved.
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The package costs $250 (plus tax) for adults ages 10 and up and $215 (plus tax) for children ages 9 and under. For more information or to buy tickets, call (407) 934-7639 or the Cirque du Soleil box office at (407) 939-7600. Each week, we offer a glimpse of life around Walt Disney World via some fabulous photos. This week, we have a lot of behind-the-scenes shots to share along with a few fun things the camera captured along the way. Magic Kingdom Looking from Town Square, construction continues toward developing a second path behind Main Street U.S.A. Photo by J. Jeff Kober. On the Tomorrowland Terrace side, dirt mounds show the new pathway to link directly into the pathway behind Main Street U.S.A. Photo by J. Jeff Kober.
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