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Fire Alarm Causes Evacuation at Galaxy's Edge Attraction

Another evacuation has just occurred at Walt Disney World. Just one day after fire alarms were triggered at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa, and Disney’s Pop Century Resort, another fire alarm has been triggered at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
According to social media, the alarm was associated with the attraction Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The event was reported on Twitter by Guests who were on-scene at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
Check it out below.
— MagicalNewsLIVE (@MagicalNewsLIVE) September 11, 2020

Bystanders even pointed out that it smelled like smoke in that area of the Black Spire Outpost.
— Nick Simmons (@nisimmo) September 11, 2020

Related: Disney’s Contemporary Resort Evacuated Late Last Night
While the issue remains a mystery, it appears that the situation has been resolved. It was reported that Disney allowed Guests to get back in the queue very shortly after being evacuated, and according to the My Disney Experience App, Smugglers Run has a 40 minute wait time right now.
— MagicalNewsLIVE (@MagicalNewsLIVE) September 11, 2020

Related: Guests Evacuate Splash Mountain After Ride Vehicle Is Submerged
Again, this is just the latest evacuation caused by a fire alarm to happen at the Walt Disney World Resort with the past few days. The first incident occurred at Disney’s Contemporary Resort in the middle of the night on September 6. That was followed up by a fire alarm being triggered at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa on the night of September 10, and then shortly thereafter was followed by a fire alarm at Disney’s Pop Century Resort just a few hours later.
No clear reasoning has been reported for any of these recent events at Disney’s Resort Hotels. The fact that it reportedly smelled like smoke in Disney’s Hollywood Studios was the clearest indication that something genuinely triggered the alarm.
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