10 July 2020

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The producers of Deadpool 2 have been fined nearly $300,000 (£243,000) relating to an on-set incident in which a stuntwoman was killed. reports citing foreign media that Joi Harris died after being involved in a motorcycle crash on a set for the film in Vancouver in August of 2017.

The production company issued with the fine is TCF Vancouver Productions LTD, who was charged by WorkSafeBC (The Workers’ Compensation Board of British Columbia).

Harris was killed after she was ejected from her motorcycle during a stunt, and crashed through the glass window of a nearby window. Production on the film was halted after the crash.

2020.05.09 / 20:31
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