ANAHEIM, Calif. — Strong Santa Ana winds toppled a lamppost on Main Street, U.S.A., in Disneyland, injuring unsuspecting visitors this morning.
A Disneyland spokesperson told Spectrum News that high winds blew over a light pole this morning, injuring a few guests.
The spokesperson did not give the exact number of injured visitors, but according to social media reports, at least two were hurt.
“Unfortunately, one guest was transported to the hospital,” the Disneyland official said.
The injury comes as the National Weather Service issued a high wind warning for Southwestern California this morning.
According to Windy.app, wind speeds vary between 4.5 and 15.6 mph with gusts up to 24.5 miles per hour at Disneyland Monday.
Main Street, U.S.A., is a central part of Disneyland that visitors pass through before venturing to the theme park’s other themed land areas.
According to reports, Disneyland officials closed off part of Main Street, U.S.A., and removed the fallen lamp post on a flower bed next to the Disneyland flag pole in Town Square.
Disneyland remained open.