Disneyland attraction reopens after guest reportedly snaps plank on bridge

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ANAHEIM (KRON) – A group of guests at Disneyland were reportedly escorted out of Tarzan’s Treehouse over the weekend after one of them apparently broke a wooden slat on the attraction’s suspension bridge.

MiceChat reports a visitor who witnessed the incident just before 5 p.m. Sunday tweeted that an adult man was jumping on the bridge to show his children that it wouldn’t break.

Instead, a plank on the bridge snapped.

Thankfully no one was hurt.

Officials immediately closed the treehouse and crews were able to repair the bridge overnight.

The attraction reopened to the public Monday morning, Disneyland officials told the Los Angeles Times.

Tarzan’s Treehouse has been at Disneyland since 1999, replacing the Swiss Family Treehouse.

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