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TV Hollywood’s Deadliest Job Continues To Claim Lives

Camera crews work directly in front of the action, with nothing but their cameras between them and a speeding car, train or bullet. They’ve been killed in airplane and helicopter crashes; washed overboard and drowned in the ocean; struck and killed by a runaway stunt car; and crushed to death in a camera truck rollover. Read more on Hollywood’s deadliest job…

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