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Video shows food cart crashes escalator at Universal Studios Hollywood

Horrifying moment when guests are barely avoided when a FOOD CART comes down a quarter-mile escalator at Universal Studios Hollywood

  • Video shows food cart crashes escalator at Universal Studios Hollywood
  • Guests went from the Lower Lot to Upper Lot in the Los Angeles park
  • Participants hardly missed being hit by boxes on the quarter mile long staircase
  • A witness hears shouts & # 39; what the f ** k & # 39; when people in Halloween costumes looked scared
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Theme parkgoers had a Fright Night to remember after being forced to dodge a food cart that came crashing down a huge escalator.

A video shows the horrific moment when a Universal Studios Hollywood employee lost control of the heavy metal box and walked it down the long stairs at surprising speed.

The clip that is shared online captures the shocked and frightened facial expressions of ticket holders going from the Lower Lot to the Upper Lot in Los Angeles Park.

Video shows food cart crashes escalator at Universal Studios Hollywood

A witness hears shouts & # 39; what the f ** k & # 39; when people in Halloween costumes looked scared
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A witness hears shouts & # 39; what the f ** k & # 39; when people in Halloween costumes looked scared

Video shows food cart crashes escalator at Universal Studios Hollywood. A witness hears shouts & # 39; what the f ** k & # 39; when people in Halloween costumes looked scared

Participants hardly missed being hit by boxes on a quarter mile staircase

Participants hardly missed being hit by boxes on a quarter mile staircase

Participants hardly missed being hit by boxes on a quarter mile staircase

According to information about the studio tour, the stairs are a quarter of a mile long and it takes people seven to eight minutes to travel between areas on average.

But the images shared by someone attending their Halloween party showed that the food cart collapsed down the escalator in seconds.

A few young attendees are barely missing by the box and the smaller boxes inside fell out while they slid playfully over the median, apparently unaware of what was to come.

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The car stood on a second set of escalators that went down, placed in the middle, and apparently was not used by anyone.

It is only due to the screams of those going up – and looking in the direction of where the food cart came – that those looking down were warned of the danger behind them.

The end of the clip seems to show someone in a chef's hat diving down and looking reluctantly on the middle escalator

The end of the clip seems to show someone in a chef's hat diving down and looking reluctantly on the middle escalator

The end of the clip seems to show someone in a chef's hat diving down and looking reluctantly on the middle escalator

Guests were preparing to celebrate Halloween at the Universal Studios' Fright Night event

Guests were preparing to celebrate Halloween at the Universal Studios' Fright Night event

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Guests were preparing to celebrate Halloween at the Universal Studios' Fright Night event

"Witness that someone is almost knocked out by a fridge that drops the escalator," a Twitter user posted on October 18. She followed the tweet with the video of the promotion.

"I think I'm playing," she said in the video titled "what the f ** k."

The end of the clip seems to show that someone is diving down in a chef's hat and looking reluctantly while guests wear devilish horns and other costumes in preparation for October 31st, stunned.

A person who claims to have worked for Universal Studios responded to the video: "We love that Universal does not allow its employees to use the elevator, even when carrying heavy items."

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When asked by the social media user who shared the video or that was the case, she recalled: "I'm pretty sure lmao I had a whole tray with more than 100 donuts and I had to use the escalators. "

It is unclear whether someone was injured in the incident.

DailyMail.com contacted Universal Studios Hollywood on Tuesday, but did not receive an immediate response.

Twitter user posted it on October 18 and followed a video of the promotion

Twitter user posted it on October 18 and followed a video of the promotion

Twitter user posted it on October 18 and followed a video of the promotion

Guests went from the Lower Lot to Upper Lot in the Los Angeles park
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Guests went from the Lower Lot to Upper Lot in the Los Angeles park

Guests went from the Lower Lot to Upper Lot in the Los Angeles park

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