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Two trains collided near the conclusion of the California Screamin' roller coaster at Disney's California Adventure around 6:39 pm on Friday the 29th of July, 2005. 15 passengers were transported to the hospital for "Minor" injuries (13 adults and 2 minors). The remainder of the 48 people involved were evaluated and/or treated on the scene and released.The accident appears to have been triggered by a "Cascade" which is usually caused when the cars in the station take too long to load, causing the trains on the track to back up in their "Zones". Disney roller coasters are designed to prevent more than one train from being in the same zone at the same time. No official word has yet been given on how both trains were able to make contact in the same zone.A City of Anaheim spokesman says that the accident was described to him as a minor collision. "One car bumped another." - See NBC 4 News link listed belowKCAL 9 News is reporting that Disney officials confirm that all injuries are minor.It remains to be seen how this accident will affect Disney during this very busy 50th Anniversary tourist season.
Disney roller coasters are designed to prevent more than one train from being in the same zone at the same time.
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