By Missy Crane | February 28, 2020
Well, rest in peace Dinsey’s Jungle Cruise, it was nice knowing you.
The boat, carrying a whole group of people sunk during the middle of the ride.
Folks in the boat behind them (that didn’t sink) took videos of the “Titanic disaster” as it unfolded.
Passengers had to get out and start “rescuing” one another as the boat went under.
Happiest place on earrr….glub glub…
One of the passengers shared pictures of the boat after it sunk.
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Matthew Vince shared the images of the sinking ship on Twitter and wrote, “Our boat on the jungle cruise sank today. Fun times!”
— Matthew Vince (@synewaves) February 27, 2020
I have been on this ride so many times and each time I’ve looked into that grey, murky water and thought “that looks so gross and dirty. Please don’t let me fall in!”
Ha ha ha!
You can watch the video below:
RIP Jungle Cruise 🙁 pic.twitter.com/K1p8GQXR89
— Y Have Feet Fetish When U Could Have Yeet Fetish? (@nahtanoJcimsoC) February 27, 2020
BuzzFeed News reported that Disney did put out a statement on the boat saying “a Jungle Cruise boat took on some water and that the park immediately called the Reedy Creek Fire Department to respond to the incident. Everyone got out of the boat safely and the attraction was reopened”
The Jungle Cruise ride reopened after an interruption of 105 minutes on Thursday afternoon.
This piece originally appeared on WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.
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