The pierce comes 5 days after a deadly collision took a life of John Bernecker.
The Walking Dead on Monday resumed prolongation of deteriorate eight, an AMC orator reliable to The Hollywood Reporter, 5 days after a on-set genocide of stuntman John Bernecker. On Sunday, castmember Pollyanna McIntosh posted on Instagram that prolongation would resume a subsequent day.
“As we ready to work again tomorrow I’m again meditative of John’s friends and family and of John,” reads a post, also on Twitter. “My heart goes out to we all and to a rest of your set family and families who’ve famous John and his art.”
AMC boss Charlie Collier flew in from Los Angeles to be on set Monday for a production’s resumption, sources told THR.
Bernecker died in an collision when he fell from a patio and struck a petrify building during slightest 22 feet below, blank protecting stuffing by what a declare told a Coweta County, Ga., sheriff’s emissary was “just inches.”
On Friday night, AMC offering condolences and also supposing a matter from showrunner Scott Gimple.
“John Bernecker’s family has motionless that he will be private from life support, following organ donation,” pronounced a AMC statement. “We are deeply saddened by this detriment and a hearts and prayers are with John’s family, friends and colleagues during this intensely formidable time.”
Said Gimple: “Our prolongation is sad by a comfortless detriment of John Bernecker. John’s work on The Walking Dead and dozens of other cinema and shows will continue to perform and excite audiences for generations. We are beholden for his contributions, and all of us send a condolences, love, and prayers to John’s family and friends.”
As THR formerly reported, a matter posted on a website of organ donor network LifeLink described Bernecker’s family as “heartbroken” and “devastated by their loss.” The family itself has not oral publicly, and a matter also pronounced that a family “requests remoteness during this time as they contend goodbye to John.”
July 17, 5:17 p.m. Updated with a news that AMC boss Charlie Collier was on set Monday.