In the audio, guests are heard crying, asking for help from emergency services and expressing serious concern about health problems of those on board the gondolas.
Disney has still not said what caused the Oct. 5 malfunction that left guests stuck inside the gondolas for nearly three hours.
Members of the firefighters union at Walt Disney World say the Disney Skyliner accident this past weekend shows why they need more personnel to cover the growing resort.
According to Spectrum News 13, three guests who were evacuated from the Skyliner — including two from the same gondola — were taken to a hospital.
The accident drew plenty of attention on Twitter Saturday night — including from fan accounts and YouTubers criticizing media for covering the story and stranded guests for complaining about the long delay.
According to the Orlando Business Journal, Universal will pay $48 million for the 56-acre parcels — or more than $857,000 per acre.