Disneyland Worker Rescued After Falling Through Roof of 'It's a Small World'

The worker was rescued from the "It's A Small World" ride at about 4 a.m. Friday morning.
The worker was rescued from the "It's A Small World" ride at about 4 a.m. Friday morning. (Getty)

It’s the happiest place in the world — until you get stuck in an infinite loop of "It’s a Small World."

A contracted worker was rescued early Friday morning after falling into the Disneyland children's ride.

Firefighters found the worker suspending about 20 feet off the ground at about 4 a.m. after he had fallen about six feet through the ceiling, KCAL reported.

The contractor was luckily wearing complete safety gear, which included a harness, when he slipped and fell, authorities said.

The worker was brought down with the help of a ladder, and escaped unharmed.

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