Disneyland loses power due to high windsby Leah Zanolla
Dec 21, 2012
Disneyland was left without power on Wednesday, December 19, when strong winds caused a transformer to explode. Winds in Southern California were gusting at speeds of 45 miles per hour in the cities and over 50 miles per hour in the mountains. The winds caused trees and power lines to fall, leaving 4,000 homes in the L.A. area without power. Power was returned to the theme park the same day.
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