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Disneyland on Lockdown after Bomb Scare

Disneyland has been placed on lockdown early Saturday morning, after a park employee The employees spotted a suspicious object at about 7:00 a.m., before the opening of the park. The object – which has not been described – was spotted in a tree near the park, according to police.

All entrances and exits have since been sealed and no one will be allowed in or out of the park until the bomb squad investigation is concluded.

Twitter lit up with reactions to the shutdown.

Phil Balanga, whose Twitter handle is @OC_Phil, said:

“Guests annoyed and angry because they can’t get into the park due to bomb threat. I think their priorities are askew just a bit.”

Maya, whose Twitter handle is @EyeOfMara, said:

“To the foolish mortal who left an unattended “bag” outside the realm of Disneyland this morning… DOOMED for trying to ruin MY birthday!”

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2 Responses to “Disneyland on Lockdown after Bomb Scare”

  1. East23BrooklynCrew says:

    I cannot tell you how extremely annoyed,disappointed,and beyond angry we are with what happend yesterday. Whoever the idiot was try explaining to thousands of adults and children who saved for years so that they could have a “family experience” and building memories your thought process. Wait don’t waste my time or theirs. All I can say to you is that I hope you are dumped with a fine so large and forced by a court of law to reimburse each and everyone of the thousands of people who paid to get into the park yeterday and all their expenses. Though it will not correct your own thought process which I do not even want to get into. It is irrepairable and unjustified.

  2. Yyusodumb says:

    They extended the closing of the park by 2 hours. They also dint charge for parking for the first 2 hours. Sounds like you are really poor to save up all of your life to go to Disneyland. Maybe just go to your local dog park next time. Since your a b**** and like to complain. Next time Disneyland should just let a bomb enter the site and let it explode and kill thousands of people since morons like you don’t care about the safety of children or innocent beings.

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