ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- Walt Disney World says a monorail at the Florida theme park is out of service after an employee death.
The Reedy Creek Fire Department tells Orlando television station WESH that two monorails collided around 2 a.m. Sunday, killing the operator of one of the trains. The station says no guests were seriously injured.
Walt Disney World vice president of public affairs Mike Griffin issued a statement offering condolences to the employee's family and saying the monorail was closed.
A Disney spokeswoman declined to discuss details of the accident.
Messages were left by The Associated Press seeking comment from the fire department and the sheriff's office.
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