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Geese Were Responsible for "Mass Casualty" HazMat Response at Disneyland

11 June 2017, 10:18 | Nina Hammond

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It was quickly determined the real culprit was a flock of geese flying overhead.

A flock of geese rained on the parade of some visitors at the Happiest Place on Earth Friday. Officials at Disneyland notified the fire department to come out and verify exactly "what the material was".

Hazmat was also requested because initial reports indicated that someone had thrown human feces into the crowd gathered on Main Street, according to CBS LA.

No crime occurred - guests hit with fecal matter-appears to be geese that flew over.

Germany, China vow to deepen partnership amid global uncertainty
Li told reporters in Berlin that Germany and China "are both ready to contribute to stability in the world". Li is expected also to sign a joint statement reaffirming China and EU's commitment to the Paris Agreement.

Disneyland gave the guests access to a private restroom in which to clean up and fresh clothing so they could enjoy the rest of their visit, the Disneyland spokeswoman said.

Police later tweeted that all guests were healthy and happy after the incident. According to police there were no injuries and no guests were transported to the hospital.

While neither the Mouse or Disneyland had a part in their guests rather crappy night, they stood up for the Anaheim 17.



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