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Reports say that a man in his 50s jumped to his death from a parking garage at Disneyland in California on Saturday night.
ABC 7 says the police were told about the incident around 9 p.m. local time. Eyewitnesses said that the tram service was stopped because of this, and people in the park had to walk back to their cars while the police arrived.
Police told the outlet that the Orange County Coroner’s Office also came to the scene.
On August 24, 2016, in the 1700 block of West La Palma Avenue in the city of Anaheim, there was a shooting that involved a police officer.
Shane Carringer, in charge of public information for the Anaheim police, told Fox News Digital that the remains were taken to the coroner’s office and that the next of kin would be notified.
The same day, CEO Bob Iger went to the theme park.
Man jumps to his death from Disneyland parking structure 😔 pic.twitter.com/AK41PCl5zO
— RapTV (@Rap) December 4, 2022
Iger was seen with Josh D’Amaro, the head of Disney Parks. On Twitter, you can see videos of Disney guests clapping and cheering for Iger; some even talk to him one-on-one.
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Iger took over as CEO last month, less than a year after Bob Chapek retired.
Robert Iger, the former CEO and Chairman of The Walt Disney Company speaks onstage at Vox Media’s 2022 Code Conference – Day 2 in Beverly Hills, California, on September 7, 2022.
A 50 year old man repeatedly jumped off the 6 level Mickey and Friends Parking Structure to his death at Disneyland last night, leaving the park shuttles to be closed for the night.
He has yet to be identified. pic.twitter.com/oxXB51xklh
— PopCentral (@popcentral_) December 4, 2022
In a statement, board chair Susan Arnold said, “The Board has decided that Bob Iger is the best person to lead the Company through this critical time as the industry changes and becomes more complex.”
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