Work-related accident
21/08/2007

Actors injured in real accident

Filming of Hollywood actor Tom Cruise's latest film has been interrupted after eleven extras working on the film were injured in a work-related accident.

It is understood that one of the eleven extras suffered serious personal injuries in the work-related accident and was taken to hospital. The other ten are said to have suffered only cuts and bruises.

The work-related accident happened when the side of a truck, made to look like a WW2 Nazi vehicle, suddenly ripped open as it turned a corner.

There are no reports indicating that Tom Cruise or any of the other lead actors working on the film of a failed assassination attempt on Adolf Hitler were injured in the work-related accident.

One personal injury solicitor who was asked by media to comment on the work-related accident said he felt that any injured parties would have a strong chance of obtaining work injury compensation.

 

 
 
 
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