Stuntman seriously injured after dangerous stunt goes wrong on ‘America’s Got Talent’: report

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A stuntman sustained serious injuries after a dangerous stunt went wrong on the set of “America’s Got Talent,” according to a new report.

TMZ reports that Jonathan Goodwin, a stuntman on “America’s Got Talent: Extreme,” was transported to the hospital after he fell from a wire that had him suspended 70 feet in the air.

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The stunt featured Goodwin hanging by his feet while wearing a straightjacket and working to free himself and land on an air mattress below, the outlet reports.

Suspended alongside Goodwin were two cars that swung back and forth, and which he was attempting to evade and avoid getting trapped between.

Citing production sources, TMZ reports that the vehicles collided with Goodwin in between them. The cars exploded from the impact.

The stuntman fell onto his head down on the ground below. After the accident, Goodwin was unresponsive and airlifted to the hospital.

His current condition is unknown.

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