We were very excited to see that the Jungle Cruise ride at MK was open today. I don't think I have ridden it for 20 years. While we were waiting in line to board, we witnessed an accident. While passengers just started to get off of one boat, another boat hit it from behind. The cast members who were helping people off the first boat were truly heroes, as they grabbed a woman and a little girl and kept them from falling off the boat or between the boat and the dock. One of the cast members suffered a bad neck injury while doing this - it looked like the metal frame of the boat smacked him in the neck. He was clearly ina great deal of pain, and was taken off in a body and neck brace on a stretcher. The woman he saved from falling was fitted with a neck brace. The little girl and the cast member who helped the little girl both seemed to be OK. The second boat apparently stalled completely and there was nothing the captain could do to stop it from slamming into the first boat. That captain looked very shaken up, and that boat was taken off the ride circuit. It reminded me that we all need to be aware of our own safety, even at Disney. The passengers from the first boat probably should not have been let off until someone was certain that the boat behind was stopped. But we also need to be aware and watch for potential accidents. We did ride the cruise and had a hilarious captain. But we were also extra careful in getting off of our boat. My prayers go out to the cast member and guest who were hurt.