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Backup Plans for Walt Disney World Flooding in 2023



Walt Disney world flooding The Walt Disney World flooding that occurred last week was very devastating. The floodwaters are expected to remain throughout the coming months, which means that the resort will need to be prepared to withstand this type of weather.

Fortunately, Disney has a number of backup plans in place to ensure that guests are able to enjoy the resort during this time. This article discusses a few of those options.

Walt Disney world flooding  Hurricane Irma

Walt Disney world flooding

Hurricane Irma has been in the news for a while now. As the storm is headed toward Florida, it has caused significant damage across several counties, including those in South Florida.

The state is now dealing with a state of emergency. This will give residents and local governments time to prepare for the possible impact of the storm.

One of the worst things to happen during this storm is flooding. Water flooded into EPCOT and other areas of Disney World.

A number of trees were uprooted and damaged, including those in Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort and Animal Kingdom Lodge.

Some areas of Disney World closed. For example, the Magic Kingdom and Epcot closed their doors on Sunday.

Likewise, the Animal Kingdom Lodge and SeaWorld Orlando both closed. On the bright side, Disney did not lose power during the storm.

Disney World has also been prepared for the potential impact of the hurricane. They have posted large signs around the area. However, the best way to prepare is to evacuate when it is safe to do so.

Walt Disney world flooding  Hurricane Ian

Walt Disney World and other Orlando area attractions closed as Hurricane Ian headed toward the coast.

While Orlando was not directly impacted, some attractions in the area closed for at least two days.

While the full impact of Ian is not expected until Thursday, flooding is a major concern today.

Some areas of West Central Florida are dealing with extremely high water levels. According to officials, the storm surge could rise another 12 inches.

A video shared on WESH 2 shows a road outside the Swan and Dolphin resorts flooded, with some vehicles being partially submerged up to their window line. The city of Kissimmee issued a voluntary evacuation directive.

In addition to the theme parks, many hotels and businesses in the area have closed.

Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa, Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground, and the Copper Creek Cabins at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge closed on Wednesday.

Walt Disney World’s website has been updated with more information about the hurricane.

It also lists special activities that guests should be aware of at their resort.

Subtropical Storm Nicole

Subtropical Storm Nicole is a hurricane that is forecast to bring winds and rain to the east coast of Florida. The storm is forecast to strike the state late Wednesday or early Thursday.

It is expected to be a large hurricane, causing coastal flooding and rip currents.

While Disney World and other major tourist destinations are not in the path of the storm, its effects should be felt in Central Florida on Wednesday.

Orlando attractions and Disney Hollywood Studios will be closed for the day. Walt Disney world flooding Typhoon Lagoon water park will be closed because of inclement weather.

A storm surge is also likely, and residents may want to consider evacuated locations in the affected areas. There are evacuation orders issued for parts of Volusia County, including Daytona Beach Shores.

In addition to the storm surge, Hurricane Nicole will bring rain. Rainfall amounts of three to four inches are predicted from Raleigh, North Carolina to New York.

Hurricane season in Florida

If you’re planning a visit to Walt Disney World, you’re aware that it can be closed due to hurricanes. Fortunately, you’ll be able to reschedule your trip if you have at least seven days of notice.

While you’re waiting for the storm to pass, you’ll need to make sure you’re prepared. You’ll need to pack up a bag of food and a few other items to protect yourself.

If you’re a resident of the area, you may want to shelter in place at a hotel.

However, if you’re not a resident, you’ll need to get ready ahead of time. In the event of power outages, you’ll need to ensure you have a charger.

You can also download weather apps that can help you monitor the weather. Check with your local office of emergency management if you have any questions.

Hurricane season in the Atlantic begins in June and runs through November. The majority of hurricanes hit in September.

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Gwyneth Paltrow’s Utah Ski Accident: Actress To Testify In $300,000 Civil Case



Gwyneth Paltrow's Utah Ski Accident

Gwyneth Paltrow will testify in a civil case related to her 2016 ski accident, according to a source familiar with the matter Paltrow has been sued for $300,000 by a retired optometrist who claims the actress skied into him from behind at Deer Valley resort.

Terry Sanderson, the Goop founder, was accused of skipping out after his accident which left him with a permanent traumatic brain injury, 4 broken ribs, pain, and suffering as well as loss of enjoyment of life, emotional distress, and disfigurement, according to a lawsuit obtained by Fox News Digital.

According to a lawsuit filed in 2019, Paltrow “got up, turned and skied away, leaving Sanderson stunned and lying in the snow with serious injuries,” and an instructor from Deer Valley Ski Club who had been training Ms. Paltrow but did not witness the crash was also skied over to see Sanderson injured and then continued skiing away, falsely accusing her of having caused it.

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Gwyneth Paltrow Sued by Utah Man for Alleged Hit-and-Run Ski Crash

Terry Sanderson filed suit against Gwyneth Paltrow in 2019. (Getty Images)

Sanderson’s original claim of the hit-and-run was dismissed, and Deer Valley Resort and its instructor were removed from the lawsuit.

Paltrow insists Sanderson skied into her, and she stayed until given permission to depart by a Deer Valley Resort instructor. Additionally, the 50-year-old actress revealed Sanderson previously acknowledged not having any clear memory of the accident


On Jan. 29th, 2019, retired doctor Terry Sanderson appeared at the 3rd District Court in Salt Lake City to appear with Leah Hogsten/The Salt Lake Tribune via AP.

She has filed a countersuit, seeking $1 in symbolic damages and reimbursement of her attorney’s fees.

Paltow’s trial will commence on March 21.

Deer Valley Resort’s safety policies instruct skiers to “stop at the scene and render reasonable assistance” if involved in a collision on the slopes. According to Deer Valley Resort, the law requires skiers who have experienced an incident to provide their name and permanent address to a resort employee before departing the scene.

Other suggestions include notifying resort personnel and keeping other skiers away from the area of the incident.

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Gwyneth Paltrow, seen in Austria after an incident, was accused of skipping off. (Getty Images)

A legal expert explained what a jury must decide in order for a judge to find Paltrow negligent for her 2016 accident.

“Reasonable care” is a subjective standard that’s hard to define,” attorney Tyler Brown from Nuttall, Brown, and Coutts told Fox News Digital. “What constitutes reasonable care” is defined simply as what would a reasonable person do in similar circumstances.

Brown, who has handled ski accident lawsuits in the past but is not involved with Paltrow’s current suit, noted that these negligence claims tend to be specific and situational.

“Skiing is not necessarily an emergency,” he noted. “So it’s not like they had to exercise extra caution just because they were out skiing – but it may require more care than usual in such instances.”

According to Brown, when bringing a civil lawsuit, it is up to the plaintiff to prove their case. According to Sanderson’s legal team, they may struggle with persuading a jury that Paltrow was wronged in this instance.

“Those asserting this claim will have their work cut out for them,” he said, noting that they must show and prove to a jury that she acted unbelievably.” However, if there are still questions surrounding what exactly occurred, it could prove difficult to prove your case.”


Gwyneth Paltrow's Utah Ski Accident

Gwyneth Paltrow has claimed that Terry Sanderson hit her from behind while skiing in 2016. (Getty Images)

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Sanderson must still prove that the ski accident caused his injuries.

“They must demonstrate that they suffered harm,” Brown explained. “And they have to back up their medical claims with evidence, show the number of bills, and any wages lost due to missed work – all to demonstrate these injuries were caused by this accident and not just because someone went home and slipped on the ice in the parking lot.”

According to celebrity lawyer Duncan Levin, Paltrow may be seeking a chance to repair her reputation through trial.

“This case requires two to settle, and we don’t know who is pushing this to trial,” said attorney Thomas Goldstein, who has represented Harvey Weinstein, Clare Bronfman, and Anna Delvey among others.

Gwyneth Paltrow's Utah Ski Accident

“For Paltrow, this isn’t about the money — she has plenty of that — but rather about repairing her reputation and defending off someone she believes to be making false claims to get at her deep pockets,” he noted. “She’s much more focused on winning over public opinion than the court of law here in Utah.”

Levin, who is not representing Paltrow at present, noted that it’s not always about financial settlements for celebrities.

“High-profile defendants often prioritize vindication and avoiding frivolous lawsuits rather than quickly concluding what they perceive to be an unworthy case,” according to one observer

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Bruce Willis’ family commemorates actor’s birthday with touching social media posts



Bruce Willis

On Sunday, Bruce Willis celebrated his 68th birthday. His family and close friends, such as wife Emma Heming and ex-wife Demi Moore, joined in on the celebration online to remember this icon who is suffering from frontotemporal dementia (FTD).

In 2022, the “Die Hard” star’s family announced that he would be retiring from acting due to aphasia. In February of this year, however, it was revealed that Bruce Willis‘ condition had worsened and he now suffers from Frontal Temporomandibular Dementia (FTD), an advanced form of dementia.

On Sunday, Heming shared an inspiring message on social media about the struggle of having a loved one suffering from such an incurable illness

“Today is my husband’s birthday. I started the morning by crying,” Heming said in a video posted to her verified Instagram account. “People always tell me ‘Oh my goodness’ and ‘I don’t know how you do it.’ Unfortunately, that isn’t an option – although I wish it were raising two kids is tough enough as it is,” she continued.

Bruce Willis

Bruce Willis

Heming expressed her appreciation to their followers, noting the love and warmth “directed at my husband and our family,” as well as how this connection helps her.

Demi Moore posted a video to Twitter celebrating Willis’ 68th birthday, in which he and his family can be heard joyfully singing “happy birthday” before the 68-year-old blows out the candles on his cake.

Prior to this year, Willis’ family made it known that he would use his platform for raising awareness about FTD.

“We know in our hearts that, if he could today, he would want to bring global awareness and foster connections with those dealing with this debilitating disease and how it impacts so many individuals and their families,” they stated.

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Aishwarya Rajinikanth files police complaint over missing jewelry from her locker



Aishwarya Rajinikanth files police complaint

Superstar Rajinikanth’s daughter Aishwaryaa Rajinikanth appears to have had her home broken into, as she recently filed a complaint that 60 sovereigns of gold and diamond jewellery are missing from her locker.

Aishwarya Rajinikanth files police charges

Reports indicate Aishwarya Rajinikanth filed a police complaint with Teynampet Police, alleging in her FIR that some of her house servants in Chennai were aware of the jewelry stored in a locker. As per police, Section 381 of the Indian Penal Code has been invoked and an investigation has begun into this matter.

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According to reports, Aishwarya opened her locker on February 10th to discover her valuable jewels had vanished – worth an estimated Rs 3.60 lakh! These were last used for Soundarya’s wedding in 2019. A case was filed shortly thereafter when Aishwarya discovered what had gone missing when she opened it last.

Lal Salaam director Aishwarya Rajinikanth files complaint of jewellery  theft in her house | Centralfallout

Aishwaryaa has admitted in her complaint that she is suspicious of her maids Eashwari and Lakshmi as well as Venkat, her driver, who have been visiting St Mary’s Road even when she wasn’t present.

India Today reported that the director had been collecting jewellery for 18 years. The stolen items include diamond sets, antique gold pieces, Navaratnam sets, bangles and nearly 60 sovereigns of gold worth Rs 3.60 lakh.

On the work front, Aishwarya Rajinikanth is currently immersed in shooting for her upcoming film, Lal Salaam. To capture these images, the actress has been visiting various cities across Tamil Nadu for the shoot.

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