Passengers of a monorail at Disney were stuck on the track Sunday evening. While, passengers said they saw lightning hit the train, Bo Jones, a spokesperson with Reedy Creek Fire and Rescue said a weather related issue caused the monorail to lose power at about 6:30 p.m.
Shortly there after, firefighters arrived to the Disney Resort Wilderness Lodge area to assist Disney. Firefighters stood by and monitored the situation as Disney employees tried to re-energize the track.
When that didn't work firefighter assisted with getting the passengers off of the train. Firefighters used a platform truck and an aerial ladder to assist in getting the guest down.
There were 120 people evacuated in all and the entire process took about an hour. Jones, said there weren't any injuries or medical issues during the evacuation.