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The Disney World monorail in Florida was evacuated Sunday after what passengers said was a possible lightning strike, media reports say.

Several Twitter users reported the evacuation just after 6 p.m. including @WDWNT, which describes itself as as a website tracking news related to the Disney resorts. It tweeted a photo of the monorail stopped with emergency vehicles nearby.

WESH.com in Orlando reported 120 people were taken off the monorail ride without injury.

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Fire officials confirmed the monorail lost power due to a weather-related issue, and Disney was unable to restart the monorail, WESH reported..

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The station quoted an unnamed Disney World spokesperson saying there was bad weather in the area at the time but could not confirm if lightning caused the power outage.

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The amusement park is located at Lake Buena Vista, Fla., near Orlando.

'Literally stuck on a monorail at disney, lighting struck and we immediately stopped. I'm convinced that I'm going to die,' said Twitter user @nnaaatttalliiie at 6:07 p.m.

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