Tragedy at Universal Studios

A tram accident occurred at the Universal Studios Hollywood facilities, located in Los Angeles, on Saturday night, leaving 15 people injured, according to authorities and the company. The Los Angeles County Fire Department received the alert and dispatched units to the theme park on Lankershim Boulevard shortly after 9 p.m., as detailed in a social media post by the department. The individuals affected by the accident were transported to nearby hospitals; however, it was reported that their injuries were minor, as communicated by the department. The extent of the accident has not yet been fully clarified, as specific details on how the incident occurred were not immediately available. A spokesperson for Universal Studios Hollywood confirmed the situation via an email sent to The Associated Press, detailing that the incident involved a tram at the theme park and resulted in "multiple minor injuries." Despite the seriousness of the accident, the company did not provide additional details about the circumstances that led to the incident. The investigation into the accident will be handled by the California Highway Patrol, as announced by the Fire Department. It is expected that this investigation will shed light on the factors that contributed to the accident and help prevent similar situations in the future. This incident has raised concerns among visitors to the theme park and the community at large, highlighting the importance of safety in these crowded places.  
Location: 3913 Lankershim Blvd, Studio City, CA 91604, United States
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