'Slates for Sarah' Honors Lost Life and Calls for Movie Set Safety

March 5, 2014

On Feb. 20, Sarah Jones, who was working as 2nd assistant camera on the film "Midnight Rider" in Jesup, Ga., died on a train trestle at the age of 27. Several other crew members were injured, some severely, as well. Her friends and supporters set up a Facebook page, Slates for Sarah, to honor her life and to raise awareness about safety on movie sets.

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