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Netflix publicly addressed In a car accident in Mexico that killed two actors in her series “The Chosen One”, in a statement issued to Fox News Digital.
“We are deeply saddened by the tragic accident that claimed the lives of Ray Gardonio and Juan Francisco Gonzalez,” the broadcast giant said in the statement. “Our thoughts are with their loved ones and with those who were injured during this unfortunate incident.”
The two actors were killed and six other members of the cast or crew were injured after the truck they were traveling in crashed Mexico’s Baja Peninsula late on Thursday.
Redrome production company About the show, he also touched on the death of the actors, saying in a statement, “All of us are on production the chosen They were shocked by the tragic incident that occurred last Thursday while crossing the road from Santa Rosalia, Baja California, to the local airport.”
“We are deeply saddened by the death of our colleagues Ray Gardonio and Juan Francisco Gonzalez, and we closely support all those affected by this unspeakable tragedy,” the statement continued.
Redrum said it’s cooperating with the local authorities, He stated that “all safety protocols were in effect”, insisting that the accident was an “unfortunate accident”.
Netflix’s description of “The Chosen One,” which has yet to be released, reads: “A 12-year-old boy learns that he Jesus Christ returned, Destined to save humanity. Inspired by the comic book series by Mark Millar and Peter Gross.
It’s unclear how the fatal accident will affect the show’s production.
Netflix currently has an unrelated show of the same name on its site which is about three doctors bringing a Zika vaccine to the remote Pantanal.
Lawrence Richard of Fox News contributed to this report.