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Another accident occurred Tuesday during the shoot for the latest James Bond film, Spectre.
While filming in Solden, Austria, a camera truck veered off the road and crashed into a barn, seriously injuring at least one crew member, sources tell THR.
Second unit assistant director Terry Madden, who had also worked on the previous James Bond films Skyfall, Quantum of Solace and Casino Royale, was injured in the accident, suffering multiple fractures in his leg, according to those sources. Madden has worked on every Bond film since 1981’s For Your Eyes Only.
The news of the on-set accident comes a little more than a week after James Bond star Daniel Craig suffered an accident, injuring his knee while shooting a fight scene. Filming for the 24th James Bond film is taking place in various parts of Europe including Austria, London and Rome.
Craig is returning to star in Spectre, which is being directed by Sam Mendes. The Eon Productions, MGM and Sony film, slated for release on Nov. 6, 2015, also stars Christoph Waltz, Lea Seydoux, Naomie Harris and Dave Bautista.
MGM and Sony had no comment, while Eon did not immediately respond to THR‘s request.
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