Cate Blanchett And Mara Rooney Involved In Car Accident On “carol” Set

The car is running smoothly until the “Blue Jasmine” actress hit the brakes and found out that it is not functioning. The fear of a possible crash sent the two “screaming at the top of their lungs,” according to a Daily Mail UK report. View Full Image Reuters Cate Blanchett, best actress nominee for her role in “Blue Jasmine,” wears a nude Armani gown with metallic embellishments as she arrives at the 86th Academy Awards in Hollywood, California March 2. Ms Blanchett pumped the pedal as fast as she could but her efforts failed, speeding past the “Carol” crew who went into the side of the road after finishing the shoot. However, the actress’ determination to stop the vehicle emerged, and with all her strength pulled the wheel to the right and finally stopped the car. The vintage Dodge spun on the icy street before slamming into a wooden fence, a source says. The crew clamoured to the actresses’ aid and cameraman dialled 911 for assistance. Cate, on the other hand, confirmed to the crew that they (she and Mara) are okay, but the car is not fine. Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara are said to be relieved when the director informed them that the take of the scene came out perfect and there is no need for a reshoot. “Carol” is a lesbian-romance film set in the 1950s New York starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara. Ms Blanchett will play the title role (Carol) in a story of a young woman (Mara) who fell in love with Carol after spotting her in a department store.
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Baby Porcupine Rescued From Dead Mother’s Womb After Car Accident (VIDEO)

His daughters just got back from their last camping trip not long ago. He says they were cheerleaders. His son Tyler just caught his first fish. We did this stuff all the time. We always had smiles like that, he saidlooking at the photographs. Curley said complete strangers ran to help after the car accident. I want to tell them thank you, he said. His extended family flew in from Kansas City, Missouri to be there for him. They were a beautiful family. My sister loved her grand babies, his children, said Kim Tricarico, Shelley Blackmores sister. Larry’s dad is still in the ICU at a local hospital but he’s in stable condition. There is a fund set up at Bank of America to help with funeral costs.
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Shocked by car crash at Poundland

(KABC Photo) Tags: Report a typo By Francine Rios FILLMORE, Calif. (KABC) — At least 10 people were hurt, three of them critically, in a four-car crash on Highway 126 near Fillmore on Sunday. The crash happened around 1:20 p.m. at Hopper Canyon Road near train tracks. A cause for the crash was not immediately clear. One of the patients was taken by air to a local hospital. The conditions of the other victims were not immediately clear. The crash has snarled traffic in the area. (Copyright 2014 KABC-TV/DT. All Rights Reserved.)
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At least 10 hurt in 4-car crash near Fillmore

The scene of a car crash near Fillmore on Sunday, March 30, 2014.

(Photo by Joern Pollex/Getty Images) Baby polar bear Anori is accompanied by her mother Vilma as she explores her enclosure at the zoo in Wuppertal, western Germany, on April 19, 2012. Anori was born on January 4, 2012. Anori has the same father as world famous polar bear Knut, who died in 2011. (PATRIK STOLLARZ/AFP/Getty Images) Bristol Zoo’s baby gorilla Kukena holds onto his mother’s arm as he ventures out of his enclosure at Bristol Zoo’s Gorilla Island on May 4, 2012 in Bristol, England. The seven-month-old western lowland gorilla is starting to find his feet as he learns to walk having been born at the zoo in September. Kukena joins a family of gorillas at the zoo that are part of an international conservation breeding programme for the western lowland gorilla, which is a critically endangered species. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images) A ring-tailed lemur baby is carried by its mother through their enclosure at the Serengeti animal park in Hodenhagen, western Germany, on May 14, 2012. In the wild, the monkeys live in South America. (HOLGER HOLLEMANN/AFP/GettyImages) One-day-old giraffe Bashu is groomed by its mother Iwana at the Artis Zoo in Amsterdam, on 20 June 2012. (ED OUDENAARDEN/AFP/GettyImages) A baby beluga whale swims close to her 11 year old mother called Parara, at the Hakkeijima Sea Paradise aquarium in Yokohama in suburban Tokyo on June 30, 2012. The one a half meters in length baby beluga was born at the aquarium on June 28.
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Gilbert father mourns the loss of his entire family in car crash

She was standing nearby and was clipped by the blue Toyota Rav 4. Although shaken up she suffered just slight grazing and a bruise to her head and she was taken to the Conquest Hospital but not detained. The 75 year old man from Battle was uninjured, but also described as being in shock, as were two Poundland employees who were near the entrance. The front door wall of Poundland was damaged by the vehicle along with a parking bollard. The accident happened at around 11.30am and all emergency services were called to the scene. Sussex Police have not charged the driver because this was an accident – his car is an automatic and he pushed the wrong pedal. Customer Lora Morgan told the Observer how she was inside the store chatting with a friend when she heard a huge crash and fizzing sound. She said: People started running towards the entrance, where a new looking car had blocked the entrance and was pressed against one of the windows of the shop. It had mounted one of the bollards where, just two minutes beforehand, I had walked past a woman telling her two children – stay right here, dont go walking off – leaving two dogs with them also. One of the dogs had been tied to the bollard. People were shouting, the mother of the children was screaming and pushing people aside as an elderly man got out of the car shaking his head. The two little girls were just inside the store entrance but I didnt see the dogs.
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Cate in car crash

Picture: Reuters Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara narrowly escaped unscathed after their car’s brakes failed while they were filming upcoming lesbian-romance drama, Carol in Cincinnati, Ohio. The duo were riding in a classic Dodge on the set of the Fifties flick when the vehicle began a dangerous slide down an icy road. “Cate was driving and everything was fine until she tried to stop the car and the brakes failed,” a production insider told the National Enquirer. “She kept pumping the pedal as fast as she could, but nothing happened. The girls started screaming at the top of their lungs, speeding past the film crew, who’d pulled to the side of the road after they’d finished shooting.” The actresses’ terrifying ordeal only came to an end when Blanchett regained control of the car by spinning it around and slamming it into a fence. “Everyone came running. As the camera guy started dialling 911, he heard Cate yelling, ‘We’re OK! We’re good!
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