Paramount, Michael Bay Will Not Be Fined For Transformers 3 Accident

The accident that left extra Gabriela Cedillo may have led to a private lawsuit against the production, but the state of Indiana has decided no Transformers 3 filmmakers will be fined or cited over the matter.

The decision comes after a lengthy investigation into the September accident in Hammond, IN; Indiana’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration yesterday announced that, in its eyes, all necessary safety precautions had been taken ahead of the stunt and that what happened was simply “an unfortunate and unforeseeable accident.” It’s unknown as yet what effect this will have on Cedillo’s lawsuit, which claims that filmmakers ignored appropriate procedure and were negligent.

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  • Jeff

    I was on the set that day and her car was 800 feet away from the stunt. It was just that an accident.

  • Transformer 27

    are they filming in washington D.C.?

  • Transformer 27

    are the filming in washington D.C.?

  • smile

    oh ok so would you be ok being permanently brain damaged, paralyzed from your left side of the body and no vision on ur left eye??”oh its just an accident” lets leave it like that” you say that because its not you you do not know how she is feeling nor her family i say you should not even comment on it!.

  • ReiyaneoftheSand

    I think it was just an accident. Unfortunate things happen. Sadly, it can't be controlled sometimes. If precautions and such weren't taken, then it'd be negligence. Otherwise, there's nothing you can do to prevent it. :/ I hope she'll be okay though..

  • Vikramthind510

    Filming In Indiana