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February 22, 2008
A federal judge in Orlando has thrown out a lawsuit against Walt Disney World aimed at forcing the company to allow disabled visitors to ride two-wheeled Segways in its theme parks.
The three plaintiffs -- a man and woman from Illinois and a woman from
Iowa -- sued in November, contending that Disney violates the Americans
with Disabilities Act by forbidding guests from using the upright
scooters within its parks. One of them has multiple sclerosis, another
has Lou Gehrig's disease and the third lost his foot in a 1999 accident; none can walk and all say they now rely on Segways for mobility.
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