Video Of Injury Accident On Set Of Eddie Murphy’s ‘The Pickup’ Released By New York Times

Video footage of an accident on the set of the Eddie Murphy film The pick-up was published today by the New York Times.

Cellphone video of the April 20 crash shows an SUV and an armored truck colliding, then flipping after leaving the road. The New York Times obtained the images and shared them on Wednesday. Two people were hospitalized and several others were injured.

In the video published by the Times, an armored truck parks next to an SUV and then swerves into it. The action sent both vehicles off the road and into the grass. The armored truck then rolls over the SUV, with both vehicles completely flipping over before landing upright. The video ends with a person’s body hanging limply from the door of the armored truck.

The exact cause of the accident has not been revealed, although reports indicate that the truck was supposed to collide with the SUV as part of a stunt sequence. OSHA and the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees are investigating.

“On April 20, an accident occurred on the set of “The Pickup” during a rehearsed second unit action sequence. Unfortunately, the sequence did not go as planned and several crew members were injured,” an Amazon MGM Studios spokesperson said in a statement Tuesday. “We are still gathering facts about what happened and why, but our thoughts are first and foremost with those who are recovering. The well-being of the entire crew and cast is our first priority, and we will continue to emphasize them. highest industry safety standards during filming All safety precautions were reviewed before and monitored during filming.

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News Source : deadline.com


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