It is indeed tragic for anyone to become seriously ill or die at the Happiest Place on Earth. There are a lot of folks in the Orlando area that have a love-hate thing about WDW, just like many college/university towns do, and are always looking on the dark side of the relationship. Personally, there have been times I was a little woozy at WDW from either the heat and humidity, or after exiting of the the trill rides. In 2001 I had heat exhaustion or something like that come over me out-of-the-blue while waiting to see Jason Alexander at MGM when it was 95 degress in the shade with very high humidity. I did not drink enough that day and it caught up with me in a big way. I even passed on going back to see Fantasmic that night, which gives you a hint I was not 100%. I learned my lesson that day, but unfortunately most people go all out at WDW and forget the simple things to keep them well and safe.
Lord High Keeper of the Knowledge of Right and Wrong, Counselor in Moments of Temptation, and Guide along the Straight and Narrow Path and Oldest Active DWT/WDW Radio Member
DL: 1955* (1); WDW: 1977* (2), 1980* (2), 1985* (3), 1989* (3), 1996 (ASMu-3), 1999 (ASMo-3), 2000 (ASMu-2/PO-2), 2001 (ASMu-5), 2002 (ASMu-5), 2003 (ASMo-5), 2004* (8), 2004 (ASMo-8), 2005 (PC-10), 2006* (15), 2007* (20), 2008* (22), 2009* (26), 2010* (27), 2011* (32), 2012* (39), 2013* (36), 2013* (15), 2013* (9), 2013* (13) Total Trips/Days = 25/316