A boat on the Jungle Cruise tour—where passengers float along a river filled with robot animals—sank into the shallow water, with riders still in it. Florida’s Reedy Creek Fire Department responded to the incident, Disney World representatives told USA Today. The passengers were safely escorted off the boat.
That day, a passenger who was aboard the vessel tweeted photos of the scene. “Our boat on the jungle cruise sank today. Fun times!” he wrote, alongside an image of multiple passengers’ feet soaked in water. He also posted a photo of a man standing in the boat with water almost up to his waist.
“Our skipper was awesome, used a radio to get help, and we did not have wet feet or wet clothes on for very long,” the user added. “I can rest easy being part of the best Disney metaphor of all time.”
Twitter, of course, had a field day with the incident.
The Jungle Cruise opened in 1971 and is one of the park’s most famous attractions. This summer, Disney will release a film about the ride, titled Jungle Cruise, starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt.