Walt Disney Entertainment received $6,300 in fines after a worker was run over and killed by a float as it entered a parade, according to The NewStandard. Javier Cruz, 38, died after his right foot became caught in a parade float. He fell and was then run over.

Disney spokeswoman Veronica Clemons said, “The safety and security of our guests and cast members is a top priority.” Yet the company, which recently reported $604 million in earnings for the third quarter of this year, had no barriers between floats and parade workers.

OSHA categorized the citation as "serious," but the maximum fine is $7,000 for non-willful one-time offenses.