A Disneyland employee, Bonnye Mavis Lear, died Friday after a head injury from a golf cart accident, confirmed the Anaheim Police Department to The Hollywood Reporter.

Lear, 60, fell from a moving golf cart on Wednesday morning, striking her head. She was a passenger, and the driver was uninjured. No drugs or alcohol were suspected, according to TMZ.

Lear was taken to a local hospital in grave condition and died from her injuries on Friday.

“We are heartbroken by the loss of Bonnye and offer our sincere condolences to everyone who cared for her,” Disneyland Resort president Ken Potrock said. “At this time, we are focused on supporting her family and our castmembers through this tragic event.”

Lear supported membership services at Disneyland’s exclusive Club 33 restaurant and had worked at Disneyland Resort for 24 years.

Club 33, a members-only restaurant near the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction, opened in 1967 and is now being developed into a movie.

Rae Delgado, a Disney California Adventure cast member, wrote on Facebook that Lear suffered a fractured skull and brain swelling from the accident. According to Delgado, Lear was in a rear-facing seat with three passengers when the golf cart hit a bump. Lear grabbed for the handrail, which gave way, causing her to fall. She was unconscious when paramedics arrived.

Though doctors performed surgery, it was “beyond repair,” and Lear was declared “brain dead” on Thursday morning.

Delgado emphasized that Lear’s death should be treated with compassion and justice, criticizing management for allegedly instructing cast members to remain silent about the incident.

“Justice isn’t ultimately finding someone to blame — it’s rectifying a wrong. It’s taking responsibility. It’s finding out what went wrong. It’s fixing what’s broken,” Delgado wrote.