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Disney World Empties Out Amid Dorian Threat

Disney World visitors walk near the entrance to the Millennium Falcon Smugglers Run ride
Disney World visitors walk near the entrance to the Millennium Falcon Smugglers Run ride in late August before Hurricane Dorian became a threat that scared visitors away. (John Raoux/AP)

By    |   Thursday, 05 September 2019 06:54 PM

They ditched Disney World in droves.

The monstrous Hurricane Dorian's threatened arrival turned Disney World in Orlando, Florida, into a ghost town earlier this week, pictures of the eerily empty amusement park show.

The normally busy theme park was forced to close in advance of a possible hurricane hit — and the U.K.-based Mirror posted pictures of virtual emptiness at iconic draws like Cinderella Castle.

The park has since reopened after the deadly storm bypassed Florida on a track that took it up the coast toward Georgia and the Carolinas.

About 50,000 people usually visit Disney World every day, the Mirror noted.

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Pictures of the eerily empty amusement park show the monstrous Hurricane Dorian's threatened arrival turned Disney World in Orlando, Florida, into a ghost town earlier this week.
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