Harrison Ford helped crew member who had suspected heart attack on set of Indiana Jones 5
- Ford, 79, was on the set of the film at Pinewood Studios in England
- Source said ‘all of a sudden a male member of crew collapsed’
- Ford ‘was standing just yards away and yelled for a medic’
- ‘There was a huge amount of panic’ during the incident, the source said
- In November, a 54-year-old crew member was found dead during production in Morocco
- The film has faced multiple delays during the pandemic
Harrison Ford helped a crew member on the set of Indiana Jones 5 who was in the midst of a suspected heart attack.
The Hollywood icon, 79, was on set as cameras rolled on the final scenes of the film at Pinewood Studios in England when the medical emergency occurred, a source told The Sun Monday.
‘All of a sudden a male crew member collapsed,’ the source said.
The latest: Harrison Ford, 79, helped a crew member on the set of Indiana Jones 5 who was in the midst of a suspected heart attack. The actor was snapped in Mexico in 2020
The Oscar-nominated actor ‘was standing just yards away and yelled for a medic,’ saying, ‘Get me a medic quick,’ a source told the outlet.
The source said that ‘there was a huge amount of panic’ when the incident occurred, as ‘the on-site first helped did CPR while they waited for an air ambulance and paramedics to arrive.’
The insider told the outlet that cast and crew ‘been at Pinewood and are due to finish Friday.’
The incident is the latest in the troubled production in the latest installment of the action-adventure anthology featuring Ford, which is directed by James Mangold and produced by Steven Spielberg, with John Williams composing the score.
Ford was seen shooting the film last October in Italy
The Oscar-nominated actor ‘was standing just yards away and yelled for a medic,’ saying, ‘Get me a medic quick,’ a source told The Sun
In November, a 54-year-old crew member named Nic Cupac was found dead in his hotel room during production of the film in Morocco.
‘Our hearts go out to the family and friends of Nic Cupac, an incredibly talented colleague and member of the film community who will be greatly missed,’ a production rep told the New York Post, adding that Cupac’s’ sudden passing was not production related . ‘
Ford was sidelined for three months last June after he ‘sustained an injury involving his shoulder’ while in rehearsal for a fight sequence.
The film has faced multiple delays during the pandemic, as it was first scheduled to come out on July 9, 2021, then delayed to July 29, 2022, and in October, its release was delayed until June of 2023.
It’s the fifth installment in the anthology, which includes 2008’s Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, 1989’s Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, 1984’s Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and 1981’s Raiders of the Lost Ark.