Indiana officials say that Transformers 3 producers won’t be fined for the accident last month that left a young woman partially paralyzed and with permanent brain damage. Indiana Occupation Safety and Health Administration (IOSHA) held an investigation into the September 1 accident and concluded that producers operated by the book when they coordinated the stunt that went wrong when a cable snapped, sending a piece of flying metal through the windshield of extra Gabriela Cedillo‘s car. IOSHA spokesman Marc Lotter told TMZ the accident occurred “due to the failure of a weld connecting a car to a cable. The weld was made by a certified welder and all necessary safety precautions were in place.” They added, “No citations or fines will be issued. This was an unfortunate and unforeseeable accident.” Cedillo’s family is suing the studio for damages.