#2 A monorail caught fire at an Epcot station in 1985, forcing people to kick out windows in order to escape.
Supposedly, two off-duty firefighters were on board who were able to help in a time of crisis, so while some people got hurt, no one died. This incident kicked Disney World into gear to install a fire detection system, which for some reason hadn't been in place prior to this situation.
#3 A 660-pound parade float collapsed during a parade at Disneyland Tokyo in 2008.
#4 A Disneyland Paris employee was trapped under a boat when the It's A Small World ride turned on while he was cleaning it.
A helicopter came to take him to a hospital late one night in October 2010, where he later died.
#5 Two people lost fingers on the Pirates of the Caribbean ride in Florida in 2014.
During two separate incidents, both a young boy and a man in his 40s broke the number one ride rule: They didn't keep their hands inside the car at all times. As a result, the boy lacerated four fingers, and the man severed the tops of two of his own.
#6 Disneyland's PeopleMover ride was only open for a month before a teen died while trying to jump from car to car in 1967.