The Disneyland community is mourning a tragic loss as Bonnye Lear, a beloved Club 33 administrator, passed away following a backstage incident. Lear, who dedicated 24 years to the magic of Disneyland, suffered a fatal injury after falling from a moving golf cart behind the scenes at the California theme park.

According to Sgt. Frank Gonzalez from the Orange County Coroner’s office, the accident occurred on Wednesday. Lear, 60, was immediately taken to a local hospital in grave condition and succumbed to her injuries two days later.

Disneyland Resort President Ken Potrock expressed deep sorrow over the loss. “We are heartbroken by the loss of Bonnye and offer our sincere condolences to everyone who cared for her,” he said. “At this time, we are focused on supporting her family and our cast members through this tragic event and making sure they have the resources they need.”

Anaheim Police and Anaheim Fire & Rescue swiftly responded to the incident once alerted. As reported by the Orange County Register, the police are actively investigating the collision to piece together the circumstances leading up to the tragedy.

Club 33, the exclusive members-only club where Lear extended her exceptional service, is deeply affected by her passing. Colleagues who worked closely with her expressed their grief, reflecting on her commitment and the camaraderie they shared over the years.

This heartbreaking incident has prompted many within the Disneyland family and community to collectively mourn and remember Bonnye Lear’s significant contributions. We invite readers to share their thoughts and memories in the comments below and extend their support to those affected during this challenging time. Please share this story with friends and loved ones as we honor the memory of a dedicated cast member.

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