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Real fatality is shown in the Bird Box. Netflix refuses to remove it

Youtube, prohibits dangerous stunt videos 6. July 2013 lost 47 people life in Lac-Mégantic, Quebec, when a train carrying crude oil groove of the rails and exp

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Real fatality is shown in the Bird Box. Netflix refuses to remove it
Youtube, prohibits dangerous stunt videos

6. July 2013 lost 47 people life in Lac-Mégantic, Quebec, when a train carrying crude oil groove of the rails and exploded.

Now the mayor of the canadian city complained to Netflix, after it was revealed that a clip from the event in the blockbuster film "Bird Box". This reports The Guardian.

According to the BBC confirms Netflix that images from the accident was used in the film.

the Images appear in a montage that is meant to show the civilization's downfall as the result of supernatural forces.

According to the Huffington Post refuses Netflix to remove the images.

Has happened before

We want Netflix to make sure that they are going to remove this barbro from the movie. You can be sure that we are going to follow this up, and we, the citizens have our back, " says mayor Julie Morin to the canadian newspaper The Globe and Mail.

It is not the first time that Netflix uses images from the accident. According to News Montreal appeared cut up in the series "Travelers".

Etikklærer Guillaume Bouchard set and the cost with the last season of "Travelers", when he suddenly got a shock. In the series had a nuclear bomb just exploded in London, but what he saw, he knew from the local news.

I thought: it can't be possible that they are doing this, " he says to The Globe and Mail.

A Google-search later, was the suspicion confirmed. The pictures were from the gruesome accident.

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I know no one who died in Lac-Mégantic. I had lost someone who was close to me, I don't know how I had reacted, he continues.

Requires review

Producer Carrie Mudd complained that the clip was used in "Travelers". Netflix should have received the clip from a media company that sells video clips and images without royalties.

It was filmed by a private individual with a mobile phone, and then sold to companies Pond5. Pond5 sold it then on to Netflix.

Morin now requires a review of the Netflix streaming catalog, to make sure that the clip has not been used in several movies or series.

- It is difficult enough for our people to see these images, when used in a normal and respectful way in nyhetssammenheng. Just imagine how it is to see them in a eventyrfilm, as if it never happened, " says Morin further.

the Complaint comes shortly after Netflix had to go out and warn viewers of their for "The Bird Box Challenge", which goes out to film themselves while doing various things wearing a blindfold.

According to The Guardian, the challenge has in one case led to a car accident. The trend has also contributed to the fact that Youtube is now banning videos that show the dangerous stunt.

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