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Golf Cart Incident at Amusement Park Claims Employee’s Life

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In a tragic incident at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, a 60-year-old employee succumbed to her injuries two days after a fall from a moving golf cart. The Anaheim Police Department confirmed the fatality of the worker identified as Bonnye Mavis Lear.

Lear was involved in an accident that occurred backstage at the resort on Wednesday at approximately 11:30 a.m. After falling and striking her head, she was hurriedly attended to by Anaheim’s emergency services and rushed to a local hospital in a critical state. Despite the efforts to save her, Lear passed away on Friday due to the severity of her injuries.

Following the incident, Disneyland Resort president Ken Potrock released a statement expressing deep remorse over the loss of Lear. “We are heartbroken by the loss of Bonnye, and offer our sincere condolences to everyone who cared for her,” Potrock stated. He emphasized the company’s commitment to providing assistance and resources to both the family of the deceased and fellow Disneyland employees during this difficult period.

The incident has prompted an inquiry led by the Anaheim Police Department’s traffic detectives to ascertain the exact causes of the accident. While investigations are ongoing, there has been no immediate indication of any foul play or negligence.

As of yet, the Orange County Coroner Division has not released any additional details regarding the case. Continued updates on the investigation are expected as more information becomes available.

Source: Daily Caller