Disney World Brings In More Infrastructure Pre-Hurricane
Using an abundance of caution, Walt Disney World trucked in materials to reinforce even its legendary infrastructure and preparedness. Dorian may or may not be on its way to Disney.
Amanda Lamm posted the photos and video below on a Walt Disney World Annual Passholders page on Facebook. We’re sharing them with you with her permission.
Disney World Readies To Weather Dorian
Storm Services, LLC tractor-trailers delivered, generators, gas, and sleep trailers to the Walt Disney World resort as the Walt Disney Company prepares for the arrival of Hurricane Dorian.
Hurricane warnings were issued for parts of Florida on Sunday as Hurricane Dorian battered the Bahamas with 185-mph winds.
The Strongest Storm
The couple has been keeping a close eye on the latest hurricane models and said they were hopeful Dorian would not have much effect on their visit. But just in case, they rented a car and are ready to evacuate if necessary.
“I think we’re a little less intimidated because we live in Bermuda,” said Ms. Gosselin, an accounting consultant. “We’re more accustomed to the hurricanes, and we know what to do.”
She joked that her biggest fear was that the park’s replica of the Millennium Falcon, the Star Wars spacecraft, would be swept up by the storm.
Storm Services Called In
While there is nothing to point to any specific danger to specifics of the park’s infrastructure, clearly Disney World is taking the upcoming storm very seriously.
Storm Services, LLC described their operation:
When a natural disaster or regional emergency strikes, the logistical challenges can be overwhelming for those involved in relief efforts and restoration operations.
Often, large numbers of workers are temporarily relocated, requiring provisional support such as housing, food, water, and sanitary facilities. Storm Services can help with these challenges.
We have met logistical needs since 2005 by providing customized plans, equipment, and services.
We are proficient in adapting to all conditions and site locations.
Hopefully, all the extra prep is not needed. But it never hurts to be prepared.