Six cast and crew members of a film called In The Name Of The King: Dungeon Siege 2 were injured following a propane explosion yesterday afternoon on a set near Vancouver in Golden Ears Park. The six people, who were rushed to hospital, suffered minor burns and one had a broken leg. Crew members were filling up propane tanks from a truck when the explosion occurred. A hose came off the propane tank, and a nearby heater sparked a flash fire. “The explosion occurred as a propane heater was being filled,” said Ridge Meadows RCMP Cpl. Alanna Dunlop. Maple Ridge Fire Department Chief Spence said, “What made it a little difficult to diagnose these people is that many of them had black face paint on and medieval-type clothing from the movie set.” The film, a sequel to In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale, is directed by Uwe Boll and stars Swedish action film star Dolph Lundgren, who recently appeared with Sylvester Stallone in The Expendables.
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