Disneyland employee dies after fatal golf cart accident

ANAHEIM, CA – A horrifying accident involving a moving golf cart claimed the life of a Disneyland employee within the park’s backstage area, according to authorities. The incident happened in Southern California and was confirmed on Saturday.

The Anaheim police reported that Bonnye Mavis Lear of Fullerton was the employee who, unfortunately, lost her life due to the accident. Following a fall from a moving golf cart, she sustained a severe head injury.

The authorities arrived at the Disneyland Resort in response to a distress call on Wednesday morning. Lear was immediately rushed to the hospital but succumbed to her injuries on Friday, noted Sgt. Jon McClintock of the Anaheim police in an official statement.

As the tragic news made rounds, Ken Potrock, Disneyland Resort’s president, extended his heartfelt condolences. Putting the well-being of Lear’s family and co-workers at the forefront, he said that the company was deeply saddened by this loss.

In his statement, Potrock said, “We are heartbroken by the loss of Bonnye, and offer our sincere condolences to everyone who cared for her. At this time, we are focused on supporting her family and our cast members through this tragic event and making sure they have the resources they need.”

Lear, an experienced Disneyland Resort cast member, had spent 24 years at the park, with the most recent role involving supporting membership services at Club 33.