Ticker: Woman claims ‘injurious wedgie’ in lawsuit; Trio of ferries extended

A lady has sued Disney, claiming {that a} journey down a waterslide at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon 4 years in the past brought about an “injurious wedgie” that left her with extreme gynecological trauma.

In a lawsuit filed final week in Florida’s Orange County Circuit Court, Emma and Edward McGuinness stated they have been looking for no less than $50,000 in damages from Walt Disney World stemming from what occurred on the Humunga Kowabunga slide in October 2019.

The lawsuit, filed by lawyer Alan Wagner of Tampa, claims that Emma McGuinness suffered the accidents when she slid down the 214-foot-high, five-story slide whereas on a go to together with her household celebrating her thirtieth birthday.

A Disney spokeswoman didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark.

Trio of ferries prolonged

Expanded MBTA ferry service has confirmed “so positive” in latest months that company officers will hold a trio of routes working into the autumn, officers introduced Tuesday.

The Lynn ferry route connecting the Blossom Street Pier with Boston’s Long Wharf North will proceed working on weekdays till Oct. 31, whereas a weekday Winthrop ferry and an all-week East Boston ferry will stay operational till Nov. 30.

Officials initially deliberate to shut the Lynn ferry, which simply launched this summer time with a $7 one-way fare, for the season after the upcoming vacation weekend.

The East Boston ferry runs on weekdays and on weekends between Lewis Mall Wharf in East Boston and the downtown Long Wharf. One-way fares are $2.40.

The Winthrop ferry solely operates on weekdays between Winthrop Landing, Quincy and Boston’s Central Wharf (South) with one-way fares accessible for $6.50.

Source: www.bostonherald.com”