Power outage strikes Disneyland in California

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Crews are still working to restore the outage, which stemed from Disneyland's transformer.

A transformer is now to blame, shutting off power all across Toontown, as well as portions of Fantasyland around 11 am Pacific Time.

A power outage left tourists stuck on rides at Disneyland in Anaheim, California, Wednesday, CNN reported.

According to Disneyland spokesperson Elva Rubalcava, refunds are being handled on an individual basis.

The outage is now affecting the Toontown and Fantasyland sections of the park, with crews working furiously to restore power.

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He also said people were evacuating the rides in a calm and orderly fashion, and no one was panicking. A spokesperson didn't know whether crowd size caused the issue.

Park officials say Disneyland is only accepting guests for re-entry but that annual passes were "still good for admission at this time". Later they added, "Disney California Adventure Park remains available for your enjoyment".

The two teams had visits to Disneyland scheduled as part of their Rose Bowl trips, and a press conference with players and coaches to kick off the week will be held. "What's the worst that could happen?"

Many took to Twitter to voice their frustration with the outage.

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