Being a past visitor of the First Aid station myself....ug....I can tell you that for just about any reason they will stretcher or wheel you if you feel lightheaed or dizzy in the least. I am sure dehydration is a very common problem, along with existing medical problems acting up, as it was with my case.
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I know how it is there. I felt sick to my stomach after finishing Splash Mountain ( i dont get sick on rides though) and so they called first aid and they wheelchaired me in and they kept giving me water and they wanted me to lay down. I spent almost an hour and a half in there.
Yah, it could have any number of reasons. Typically, the person on the gurney is so embarrassed, I like to give them their space and respect their privacy. Unless the building is on fire or falling down, I don't need to know what is going on. I just pretend the person who is sick is me or someone I care about, and I ask myself if I would want strangers making me the next attraction. Unless I get to give out fastpasses from my gurney, I say give them space.
I have been gurneyed out of the line of Star Tours because I passed out ... it WAS very embarassing ... three hours later I got to go back into the park
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