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Assessing the Damage to Walt Disney World After Hurricane Irma

Assessing the Damage to Walt Disney World After Hurricane Irma result

As the winds and rain slowed down from Hurricane Irma, many Walt Disney World Resort hotel guests woke up to branches, debris, and even fallen trees outside their rooms. Much of the reported damages so far are just trees and bushes.

With proper permission, we’ve collected some of the interesting sights from the resort hotels that guests have taken pictures of across social media.

On Facebook, one of our followers posted the picture above of the tree that had fallen outside their room at Disney’s Polynesian Village near the Polynesian East Pool. The tree has clearly blocked the pathway, and it may have done some damage to the fencing and the surrounding area of the pool.

Lastly, we are happy to report that Cinderella Castle is still standing and everything looks to be perfectly okay in the surrounding area. When more pictures and details from inside the park, if there is anything notable to see then we will report on that immediately.

Stephen "Steve" Porter started going to the parks with his family in 1996. Since then he hasn't looked back! Steve was a cast member participating in the Disney College Program in 2013. Most recently he graduated from Penn State University!


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