Power Outage Hits Parts of Disneyland, Some Rides Halted

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Local news outlets are reporting an outage that affected Toontown, Fantasyland and other rides.

A power outage at Disneyland caused guests to get stuck on rides Wednesday, and the frustration was aired on social media.

The outage is now affecting the Toontown and Fantasyland sections of the park, with crews working furiously to restore power. A representative for the park said they were not aware of any people still stranded on rides. The company does not have an estimated time of when power will be restored.

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Several rides, along with the monorail, came to a halt with guests still aboard.

The two teams had visits to Disneyland scheduled as part of their Rose Bowl trips, and a press conference with players and coaches to kick off the week will be held. The park's Twitter account said in a post Wednesday afternoon that the park was only accepting re-entry guests. Disney California Adventure Park remained open, however.

With the holiday season being an especially hectic time for theme parks, Disney coincidentally tweeted earlier today, asking, "Why not relax and join us for a vacation to a galaxy far, far away".

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