Update #6: According to Reedy Creak spokeswoman Eryka Washington (via the Orlando Sentinel), responders were called to the attraction at 5:24pm and found no fire. They left 12 minutes after their arrival.
Update #5: New photos show the cleanup process following the incident. See below:
Update #4: The TTAPM and Astro Orbiter have now reopened following an inspection from the Reedy Creek Fire Department. No official statement on the incident has been released at this time.
Update #3: New live stream (after the incident) emerges online. Watch below:
Update #2: A new photo has emerged on Facebook showing firefighters and police gearing up to go up the ramp.
Update: The TTAPM is currently being evacuated, with guests seen (in the video below) exiting from the other ramp.
Original Post: No Injuries have been reported. Reports have emerged on social media regarding a potential fire in Tomorrowland at the Magic Kingdom.
It looks like a potential fire is coming from either the Lunching Pad or the Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover (TTAPM) ramp, causing smoke to “billow down the ramp”.
Social media reports have also suggested Fire Rescue is on the scene, with three (3) fire trucks rushing by near the entrance of the Magic Kingdom.
Firefighters are currently at the site of the fire, 15 people were spotted going up the moving ramp leading up into the TTAPM loading area -Firefighters to be presumed.
Both Astro Orbiter and TTAPM are temporarily closed. Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin and Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor remain open, according to the My Disney Experience app.
Stay tuned to Orlando Theme Park Zone for more updates as the story develops.