Worker receiving medical help after being taken to a Los Angeles-area hospital after a fall
Granthshala News has confirmed that a crew member working on the set of Mark Wahlberg and Kevin Hart’s upcoming Netflix film was injured Tuesday morning.
According to a source familiar with the incident, the worker is receiving medical help after being taken to a Los Angeles-area hospital after the two collapsed on the set of the film “Me Time.”
Meanwhile, TMZ cited Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) insiders who reported what paramedics described as a “long fall” at the famed Sunset Gower Studios after 7:00 a.m. local time on Tuesday. Was.
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The gossip outlet said fire department sources said a 38-year-old male – who reportedly did not appear to be wearing protective gear – fell from the catwalk about 60 to 80 feet in the air and injured his arms and legs. Fracture happened.
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However, a production source told TMZ that the fall was closer to 30 feet, which is still substantial.
Furthermore, when paramedics arrived at the scene, the man is said to have no pulse and the on-set medical staff had to perform CPR. Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Brian Humphrey told People magazine that the unidentified man had suffered “heavy strokes” and was “bleeding.”
A fire department official told TMZ that LAFD first responders had to use a defibrillator several times to make the heart beat faster, he said, adding that the man’s chances of life after regaining physical signs of life were “serious”. from “serious”.
Humphrey told People that the Department of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA) is investigating the incident.
A representative for the studio and the fire department did not immediately respond to Granthshala News’ request for comment.