911 Call Made From 'Deadpool 2' Set Released Following Stuntwoman's Death
The victim was touted as being the first licensed African-American woman in the country to compete in sanctioned motorcycle road racing events.
Police have released audio of the 911 call made after a stuntwoman crashed through a window while filming a motorcycle scene for Deadpool 2.
“Actor on a stunt set who has gone through a window, severe injuries,” a voice can be heard saying in the recording. “The stunt actor was airborne through the building.”
The audio captured the terrifying moments after Joi "SJ" Harris crashed through a ground floor window in Vancouver, British Columbia, in Canada Monday.
Her motorcycle was seen lying on the ground, surrounded by shattered glass.
She wasn't wearing a helmet because the character she was portraying, Domino, played by actress Zazie Beetz, didn't have one.
The Brooklyn native was touted as being the first licensed African-American woman in U.S. history to compete in sanctioned motorcycle road racing events.
Ryan Reynolds, who will reprise the role of Deadpool in the sequel, said in a statement on Twitter: “We’re heartbroken, shocked and devastated.”
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) August 14, 2017
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