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February 25, 2014 12:27 AM

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UPDATE: A new incident report was released by the Wayne County Sheriff's Office that shows the film crew may have not have had permission to be on the CSX tracks. When Executive Producer Jay Sedrish was asked if he had permission to be on the trestle or be on the train tracks, Mr. Sedrish replied "That's complicated." The report goes on to say that according to a CSX employee, the production company had previously been denied permission to film on the trestle, and there was an e-mail to verify that fact. The e-mail was betwee Charlie Baxter, the location manager and CSX employee Carla Groleau. Finally the report says while speaking with the director, Randall Miller, that he was asked who owned the production company or who would be in charge, the report says Miller said "He guessed that would be he and his wife."

UPDATE: The Wayne County Sheriff's Office has released the name of the woman killed in Thursday's train accident. They say 27-year-old Sarah Jones of Atlanta was working as part of a film crew for Meddin Studios when she was killed. Seven others on the crew were injured. The pictures of Sarah at ...

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