Dragon float catches on fire during Disney World parade

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According to "Disney Dan", the fire was extinguished quickly and cast members confirmed that "everyone is fine".

"Celebrate the spirit of Disney as Magic Kingdom park comes alive with music and dance during a tribute to the tales of Fantasyland", Disney's Magic Kingdom website description reads.

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Onlookers couldn't believe their eyes when a float of the "Sleeping Beauty" villain, Maleficent, shockingly malfunctioned and caught fire during the Festival of Fantasy parade on May 11. Videos from the scene show flames and plumes of black smoke rising from the robotic dragon's head.

In the usual performance of the parade, the dragon's head shoots a blast of fire from its nose, timed to the parade's score. "...the Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade is a thrilling sight-and-sound spectacular that winds its way through the streets of Magic Kingdom park each afternoon". "Parade closed and the fire was promptly put out".

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"The parade went past us and the mechanical dragon was all good until it burst into flames", park guest MartinMJ22 wrote on Twitter. No one was injured in the incident, a Disney World spokesperson said.

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