Disney Temporarily Stops Fire Effects Globally After ‘Fantasmic!’ Incident At Disneyland

disney But is taking extra precautions at its theme parks globally after the incident. disneyland Where dragon on fire during remarkable! show Saturday night.

“We are temporarily suspending the fire effects used in Disneyland Park’s Fantasmic in select shows and entertainment experiences globally out of an abundance of caution following the Fantasmic prop fire at Disneyland Park. The continued safety of our cast and guests is of utmost importance, Disneyland officials said deadline in a statement.

The temporary suspension of fire effects does not include night fireworks. At the time of this post, Disneyland has remarkable! Scheduled for their regular weekend performances from April 28-30. The show will go through the routine.

In an earlier report, Disneyland detailed what happened remarkable! There is no report of any injury.

“During the final performance of Fantasmic at Disneyland Park on Saturday evening, a dragon prop caught fire. Anaheim Fire and Rescue responded quickly and the fire was extinguished. All cast members were safely evacuated from Tom Sawyer Island. Smoke and wind Due to this, attractions near the island were safely evacuated of any guests, and the cause of the fire is under investigation at this time,” read the statement.

remarkable! Originally opened in Frontierland in 1992, featuring fireworks, characters, live actors, water effects, pyrotechnics, lasers, music, audio-animatronics, searchlights, decorated boat floats, and mist screen projections.

The show featured Mickey Mouse fighting Disney villains, including Maleficent in dragon form. Video of the incident on Saturday night went viral on social media, in which the python’s head burst into flames after park-goers panicked.