One employee killed in Walt Disney World train crash

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July 5, 2009 18:57

 
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Two monorail trains crashed on Sunday in the Magic Kingdom section of Walt Disney World, killing one of the train operators, emergency officials said. One train operator died at the scene of the crash, which happened around 2 a.m. Sunday. The other train operator was not injured, but was taken to a hospital because he was emotionally shaken. Five park guests were treated at the scene. Bo Jones, deputy chief for Reedy Creek Fire Department, said it is unclear what caused the crash. Orange County Sheriff's officials are investigating the cause.

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