An unidentified man was injured in a scene in an upcoming comedy film starring Kevin Hart and Mark Wahlberg.
Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Brian Humphrey told PEOPLE the LAPD received “multiple 911 calls” as early as 7:04 am Tuesday, reporting an incident involving a 38-year-old man who had fallen from an “estimate of 60 to 80 feet” while on a soundstage at Sunset Gower Studios in Los Angeles.
Humphrey said the man “had no pulse” and was not breathing when paramedics arrived at the scene. He added that the man had suffered “massive trauma” including “broken legs and arms” and had “hemorrhaged” while being treated by medics and paramedics.
“The doctors were incredibly able to restore his heartbeat, breathing and pulse,” said Humphrey, adding that the man had been rushed to a regional trauma center. “He has a chance of survival in combat.”
Humphrey added that Cal / OSHA is investigating the incident.
According to Deadline, the incident took place on the Netflix soundstage for the upcoming Hart and Wahlberg comedy. Me time.
A Netflix spokesperson did not immediately comment. TMZ first reported the news.
Hart and Wahlberg are working together on the next comedy film that follows a stay-at-home dad (Hart) being given “time for me” for the first time in years when his kids and wife are away. He reconnects with a friend (Wahlberg) for a weekend of epic proportions.
Regina Hall also stars in the film, Deadline previously reported.
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Last week, Hart revealed that he and Wahlberg were teaming up for the film in an Instagram post where they both appeared in the photo.
“’Me Time’… ..I’m finally getting to work with my guy @markwahlberg… .It’s gonna be EPIC !!!!! Stay tuned folks #MeTime #Netflix #Comedy # comıngsoon,” Hart wrote in the legend. “
Wahlberg commented with a series of emojis: “🙌❤️🙌.”
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