Disabled woman cannot use Segway at Disneyland says court
Baughman, who has muscular dystrophy, sued Walt Disney World Co. in 2007, challenging its policy of banning all two-wheeled vehicles in its theme parks. While the company does allow wheelchairs and scooters, Baughman said she needed to use the Segway because it is difficult for her to stand from a seated position, as would be necessary if she used a wheelchair or scooter.
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