February 10, 2011 by Post Team
The 30-year-old woman is in critical condition in a medical facility in Los Angeles after being struck by a vehicle in production last week, reports TMZ.com.
The site claims the stunt worker was involved in a “low speed collision” and hit her head on the concrete floor. She is being treated for serious head injury.
The staff of the Los Angeles Fire Department has closed down production and has sent a report to those responsible for overseeing health and safety in the U.S.
Wednesday’s fatal crash marks the second time in less than a week a TV crewmember was injured in a shooting.
A stuntwoman was hospitalized after being injured in Santa Clarita Studios on the set of the FX show “Justified”.
Officials of the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health said this week that the agency has not yet determined the cause of this accident.
A man died Wednesday after Reseda; he was struck by a van in central Valencia industry while working on a shoot for the CBS television drama “NCIS.”
A 60 year old man lost control of Pasadena’s 2006 Ford pickup truck he was driving when he lost consciousness about 10 pm Wednesday and struck Julio Garcia, said Sgt. Darren Harris of the sheriff’s station in Santa Clarita Valley.
After the removal of Garcia, the truck continued on Block 24800 Avenue Rockefeller and collided with two parked cars.
Paramedics from the Los Angeles County Fire Department treated Garcia at the scene of the accident before he was transported to Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital in critical condition, according to a statement from the sheriff.
Garcia, Reseda, died in hospital following his injuries. The Associated Press reported that he was a security guard on the board.
The driver of the Ford van was not arrested, said Sgt. Mike Konechy Station Sheriff’s Santa Clarita Valley. An investigation has been opened, but Konechy said he did not expect charges to be filed.
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