Hazmat crews respond after geese poop on 17 Disneyland parkgoers

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ANAHEIM, Calif. — Seventeen people were struck by geese droppings at Disneyland Friday night, prompting a response from a HazMat team.

The incident happened around 9 p.m. in front of the Sleeping Beauty Castle as people were gathering for a fireworks show, NBC Los Angeles reports.

Anaheim police confirmed in a tweet that 11 adults and six children were struck by the poop.

Disneyland provided a private restroom for the affected people to clean up and also gave them clean clothes.

No one was injured and “All guests are healthy and happy,” Anaheim police said.

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