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Walt Disney World worker falls to his death in an industrial accident at Epcot  1 Week ago

Source:   USA Today  

A contract worker fell to his death in an accident at Walt Disney World's Epcot in Orlando, Florida, according to the Orange County Sheriff's Office. 

The Sheriff's Office told Orlando's WKMG that deputies responded to the 1790 block of Avenue of the Stars Tuesday evening near the Epcot theme park, in what is being described as an industrial accident.

First responders pronounced George Walter Dewayne Grimes dead at the scene, the local news station reports. Investigators said there are no signs of foul play.He worked for Sunbelt Rentals.

USA TODAY has reached out to Walt Disney World for comment. 

Related: Disney World tour buses collide, injuring 15 passengers

Last month, Walt Disney World announced plans for a major makeover for their Epcot theme park, including "a new play pavilion, a reimagined main entrance and an Experience Center showcasing the park’s future."

Related: Walt Disney World announces updates to Epcot, including new pavilion, 'experience center'

 

 

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