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Sandra Bullock shoot marred by bus crash

2012-07-10 21:09
 
Los Angeles - A vehicle collision occurred on the set of Sandra Bullock's new film.

A city bus slammed into an on-set trailer in the Roxbury section of Boston, United States where The Heat  is being made.

The motion picture is about an FBI agent who teams with a local police officer to take down a Russian mobster.

The movie co-stars Melissa McCarthy and is directed by her Bridesmaids director Paul Feig.

At least 11 people were reportedly taken to the hospital after the accident, though none had life-threatening injuries.

Third on Forbes list

A number of people were spotted on stretchers being treated by paramedics.

The accident happened outside the Roxbury Municipal courthouse on Warren Avenue at around 09:30, according to website Boston.com.

Speed actress Sandra was recently placed third on Forbes magazine's annual highest-paid actresses list.

Her ranking is for the $25m she earned for forthcoming movie Gravity as well as profits she is still making from 2009 film The Blind Side .

Kristen Stewart was named Hollywood's highest-paid actress.

The Twilight  Saga star earned a reported $34.5m over the last year, narrowly beating Cameron Diaz, who earned $34m.

- BangShowBiz

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