Disney Blamed for Disabled Parkgoer’s Death – Employees Allegedly Laughed at Victim

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“The Happiest Place on Earth”?

That’s not even remotely accurate for the family of Joanne Aguilar, which has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the Walt Disney Company, its theme park division and Disneyland itself, according to a report from the New York Post.

Aguilar tragically passed away on Jan. 29, 2022, after complications from a myriad of injuries caused her to go into septic shock.

Her family is alleging in a lawsuit that Disney bore significant responsibility for that death.

According to the Post, Aguilar visited the Anaheim-based Disneyland in August 2021 with her two adult daughters.

At the time of the visit, Aguilar was recovering from a knee injury, so she needed a wheelchair, which her family was able to obtain from Disneyland.

During that visit, however, Aguilar and her daughters soon discovered that the Jungle Cruise attraction at Disneyland did not have its wheelchair-accessible boat available.

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