SANTA FE, New Mexico – The theme park’s main attraction, the Space Mountain attraction, was closed on Monday for repairs, after an explosion ripped through it in a fire on the second day of the company’s “Happiest Days Ever” celebration.
Firefighters from a California-based company were able to bring the attraction to a standstill and the cause of the explosion has not been determined.
“It was a very loud explosion and we’re not sure how it happened,” said San Francisco Fire Chief Mike Ditlow.
“We don’t know what the cause is yet, but we’re working on it.”
Disneyland, the second-largest in the United States after Walt Disney World in Florida, has seen its popularity soar over the past decade.
A report last month by the U.S. government’s National Institute of Standards and Technology found that Disneyland is the most popular theme park in the world with over 2 billion visitors a year.
The park opened in 1967 and has been in continuous operation since.
The theme parks main attraction was built in the late 1960s and remains one of the most recognisable attractions in the U “It is truly an experience that will stay with you for a lifetime,” said Bob Chiu, a former Disneyland park manager who lives in Anaheim, California.
“I can’t even describe the magic of it,” said Chiu who, after retiring from the company in 2009, worked as a tour guide for the park for about three years.
“You’re there as a kid, and then you get to go into the world of the ride and interact with people and learn more about them.
It’s like the magic that you’re supposed to have.
It brings you closer to your parents and you want to keep it a part of your life.”
The ride reopened on Monday after being closed since early on Monday, but visitors were warned that it was not safe to return to Disneyland.
The National Park Service said the park was still closed and that “it will likely remain closed for several weeks.”
There was no word on how long the park will remain closed.
The Disneyland Resort was evacuated after the fire broke out at the park in California’s Orange County.
About 100 firefighters from the Los Angeles Fire Department, the California Highway Patrol, Orange County Fire Department and the National Guard were called in to put out the fire.
The fire was under control by Monday evening.
The cause of Saturday’s explosion was under investigation, according to a spokesman for the Orange County Sheriff’s Office.
The Anaheim Fire Department said they were “not aware of any reports of any injuries.”
The park reopened Monday after having closed for two days.
On Saturday, a fire broke loose in a fireworks display at the theme park at around 9:30 p.m. local time.
About 300 fireworks were thrown, and the fire burned through about 300 fireworks, Anaheim fire officials said.
A police officer from Anaheim’s Anaheim Fire Station was injured and transported to the hospital.
He later released, saying that he suffered minor burns to his body.
The Orange County District Attorney’s office was investigating the incident.
The explosion occurred at around 7:45 p.mi. on Saturday when a piece of an outdoor stage collapsed, according the fire department.
The building was on fire when it was put out, according fire officials.
The Santa Fe Fire Department also responded and extinguished the fire, said Santa Fe Police Chief Mark DeGuzman.
“The building was evacuated and no injuries were reported,” said DeGuzzman.
The explosions are the latest to hit the company.
In February, another fire at Disneyland’s Magic Kingdom Hotel blew out the top of the main attraction.
The blaze killed a guard and caused $3 million in damage.
The same month, the fire at the Disneyland Hotel blew up a ride that opened in 2014.
The incident led to a massive safety breach at the Magic Kingdom and was investigated by authorities.
The company later reported that a fire at another Disneyland hotel was not connected to the explosion at the resort.
On Friday, another incident involving fireworks was reported at a theme park that opened last year in the heart of Los Angeles.
An 18-year-old man was injured when a fire was started inside a ride, the Los Angeles Times reported.
The fireworks were supposed to be ignited by a “rocket car,” but a fire started by a fire extinguisher was able to extinguish the fire before it could get out of control, officials said at the time.
“Unfortunately, this particular incident was a tragic result of poor planning and a poor understanding of the safety requirements,” the California Fire Marshal’s Office said in a statement at the start of the investigation into the incident at the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
“Due to this incident, we will not be able to confirm whether the incident was caused by the malfunction of the Rocket Car, the rocket or the fireworks,” the statement said.
“However, this incident will not deter the California Department of Fire and Emergency Services from working with all