Disney World y Universal Orlando mejoran medidas de seguridad después de tragedia
The horrendous mass shooting that happened on Sunday morning at an Orlando nightclub has made Disney and other Orlando area theme parks ramp up their security measures to keep guests safe.
According to the Orlando Sentinel deputies at Walt Disney World “were put on alert,” Capt. Angelo Nieves of the Orange County Sheriff’s Office said. The sheriff’s office provides law-enforcement services to Disney’s theme parks. He also added that officers were being “extra cautious and vigilant in the park areas.”
In December of last year Walt Disney World, SeaWorld and Universal parks introduced metal detectors at their entrances. This was in response to the horrible tragedy that killed 14 people in the San Bernardino, Calif area. The policies of who has to go through the metal detectors vary quite a bit from park to park. Disney has so far only required randomly selected guests to walk through them while Universal requires all their guests to pass through them.
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