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Disneyland light pole falls because of high winds, injures guests

Strong winds toppled a utility pole at the Disneyland theme park in Southern California on Monday, injuring three park visitors.

Disneyland officials told Fox News Digital that a power pole fell on Main Street U.S.A. just before 8:30 a.m., injuring several guests. The pole fell into a flower bed along the Main Street area near Disneyland’s flag poles, which are used for stage lights, parades and shows, the Orange County Register reported.

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A panoramic view of Walt Disney’s “Partners” statue at Disneyland on December 3, 2022 in Anaheim, California. Strong winds on Monday toppled a utility pole in the park, injuring several visitors, including one who was taken to the hospital. (AaronP/Bauer-Griffin/GC image)

Disneyland News Today, which chronicled the incident at the popular theme park, reported that an elderly woman was hit in the head and taken away on a stretcher. Another guest was also seen with a bandage on her head, the website said.

An Anaheim Fire Rescue spokesperson told Fox News Digital that one patient suffered serious injuries and two others were treated at the scene and released.

The streetlights were removed around 10 a.m. after vehicles blocked off the area. The park reportedly remained open.

Fox News Digital reached out to the theme park and Anaheim Fire Department.

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Visitors to Disneyland in front of Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland on September 3, 2021 in Anaheim, California. (Jeff Gritchen/MediaNews Group/Orange County Register via Getty Images)

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Strong winds are expected in Southern California on Monday.

The National Weather Service warned, “Damage caused by winds could blow away large objects such as trees and power lines. Power outages are also possible.” “Travel can be difficult, especially for drivers of large vehicles.”

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