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EMERGENCY SERVICES TEND TO ZOMBIES

Wednesday October 12th, 2011
EMERGENCY SERVICES TEND TO ZOMBIES

Toronto emergencies thought they had been called to a scene of total carnage when they were called to an accident on a film set. Fortunately all was not as it seemed. The crew had been called to the set of the latest Resident Evil movie and what they were actually looking at was a bunch of actors dressed and made up as zombies.

They had been injured when a high platform moved suddenly and the only major injury was a broken leg. The accident at the Cinespace Film Studios happened whilst the zombies were moving between two platforms and a gap opened up causing twelve of the actors to fall.

Police Sergeant Andrew Gibson said. 'It did kind of catch us off-guard when we walked in.'

'I could see the look on the first paramedic, saying 'Oh my God',' Toronto emergency medical services Commander David Ralph told Associated Press news agency.

Seven of the injured zombies were back shuffling and moaning on the set later that day.
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