After a power outage hit Universal Studios Hollywood, 11 unlucky riders became stranded on the park’s Transformers and Harry Potter rides for a couple of hours before emergency responders were able to rescue them.

According to the Los Angeles Fire Department, they were first notified about the stoppage at 3:45 p.m. on Thursday. Emergency vehicles swarmed the north section of the park where the bulk of the outage took place, and all 11 riders stuck on the ride were rescued without injuries.

Universal Studios addressed the situation in a statement released late Thursday. “As a result of a power interruption from So Cal Edison, we experienced a brief power dip which resulted in exiting guests from some attractions. Power has been fully restored and we’re working to get a few remaining attractions back online. The theme park remains open.”

Curiously, So Cal Edison told Fox 11 LA that there hadn’t been any power outage from their end, so it’s unclear whether the outage came from the park or its power providers.

Universal Studios Hollywood has been operating as normal for about a year since closing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but it did make some headlines last June when a fire broke out in the park that nearly burned down the Despicable Me Minion Mayhem ride.

Luckily, no one was injured in either of these incidents. But other attendees of theme parks have not been so lucky recently. On March 22, a 14-year-old boy died after falling off a ride in Orlando’s ICON Park after park staff didn’t secure his safety belt properly. The ride he was on is one of the tallest freestanding drop tower rides in the country and has been closed indefinitely following the tragic accident.

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