Harrison Ford reportedly helped a crew member on the set of Indiana Jones 5 after the collapsed with a suspected heart attack.
According to The Sun, the 79-year-old actor was in the midst of shooting his final scenes for the highly anticipated picture when the incident occurred.
Sources state that Ford didn’t hesitate to raise the alarm when the male crew member collapsed, shouting for a medic who promptly arrived to perform CPR. An air ambulance later arrived on location to transport the crew member to hospital.
The currently untitled Indiana Jones film has been plagued by accidents and setbacks. Ford suffered a shoulder injury shortly after filming began in June 2021, forcing the production to work around his recovery and, in September, it was reported that up to fifty crew members had fallen victim to a norovirus outbreak.
In November, camera operator Nic Cupac also tragically died whilst on location in Morocco. His body was discovered inside his hotel room and the cause of death was ruled to have no relation to the film.
Further delays, caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, have resulted in the film’s release date being altered no less than five times. Originally intended to debut back in July 2019, the new release date for Indiana Jones 5 is June 30, 2023.
Production will reportedly conclude on Friday (February 25).
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