Disneyland staff laugh at the woman who died after falling off her car

Disneyland workers allegedly laughed at a 66-year-old disabled woman when she fell Cruise in the forest drive. Now, a new lawsuit alleges that she died 5 months later from septic shock as a result of that fateful incident.

Joanne Aguilar’s family filed a wrongful death lawsuit in Ventura County, California, several months ago and has since been assigned a judge since earlier this month, according to a court announcement. New York Post Office.

The lawsuit against Disneyland, Walt Disney Co. after the disabled woman died in a car fall

The lawsuit names The Walt Disney Company, its theme parks division, and Disneyland as defendants.

Aguilar is said to have visited the Anaheim amusement park in August 2021, along with her two eldest daughters, Andrea Maullul and Zenobia Hernandez, according to a complaint obtained by the Post.

Initially, the family was provided with a wheelchair by park officials, as Aguilar was recovering from an unrelated knee injury at the time of the fatal fall.

However, when Aguilar went on a Jungle Cruise, staff told her there were no wheelchair accessible boats, according to the Post.

The attraction mentioned has an ASA accessible boat that allows people with disabilities to board the ride without having to get out of a wheelchair.

Aguilar decided to take a standard boat ride with her daughters, where Disneyland employees placed “unsecured blocks” on the boat’s steps to reduce the height of each stop.

The 66-year-old woman has difficulty climbing them, even with the help of her daughters.

There was no help from the amusement park workers, who were “giggling and giggling” when the disabled woman fell.

Notably absent from any attempt to help were the Disneyland staff, who began to “giggle” as they watched the disabled woman struggle.

Within seconds, Aguilar lost his balance on the steps before falling back, breaking his right femur. Eventually, she will spend the next 10 days at the hospital before being transferred to a nearby rehabilitation center.

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Aguilar was held at the Oxnard, California facility for 5 months as she recovered. However, she eventually contracted an infection, causing her to go into septic shock.

She died on January 29, 2022, according to the Post.

The lawsuit claims Aguilar died from a fall from a fall at Disneyland, accusing the theme park of a wrongful death and violating the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Family lawsuit claims unspecified damages, citing medical expenses, funerals and more…

Her family is currently seeking unspecified monetary damages for medical expenses, funeral expenses, attorney’s fees, as well as physical pain and humiliation.

Aguilar herself said the incident made her feel ashamed and embarrassed, as well as being “degrading to humanity” by the situation before she approved the lawsuit.

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Aguilar’s family is seeking unspecified damages for physical pain, emotional pain and humiliation, as well as all medical expenses, funeral expenses and attorney’s fees.

Michael Jeandron, the family’s attorney, said: “My clients come to Disneyland in the hope of creating happy memories for a lifetime and instead, they are left with memories of disrespect and lack of dignity. for their mother, which ultimately led to her eventual death.” Orange County Registry.

Disney has denied all allegations in several court filings, asserting that the company is not liable for Aguilar’s injuries.

The company went on to say that both the woman and her daughters were well aware of the dangers associated with various amusement park rides.


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