Crew members injured in crash on Georgia set of Eddie Murphy Amazon MGM movie 'The Pickup'

Honoree actor-comedian Eddie Murphy attends the WSJ. Magazine 2019 Innovator Awards in New York on Nov. 6, 2019. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File)

Several crew members were injured and two were hospitalized when a car and truck collided during the shooting of the Eddie Murphy film “The Pickup” from Amazon MGM Studios, the studio and a person close to the production said Tuesday.

A studio spokesperson told The Associated Press in a statement that the scene of Saturday’s accident in Georgia had been rehearsed, and all safety precautions had been taken.

Neither Murphy nor the film’s other stars, including Keke Palmer and Pete Davidson, were on the set at the time.

The injuries ranged from bumps and bruises to broken bones, the person close to the production said. Two crew members were taken to the hospital, and one remained hospitalized Tuesday. All are expected to make a full recovery.

The accident happened at a location outside of Atlanta when a truck locked up and hit a car, the person said.

The person spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because they are not authorized to speak publicly.

“It was a completely freak accident,” the person said. “It wasn’t even a complicated or dangerous stunt.”

The scene was shot by a second unit in the production, which generally shoots less central scenes that do not involve the director or principal actors.

“Unfortunately, the sequence did not go as planned and several members of the crew were injured as a result. We are still in the process of gathering facts on what happened and why, but first and foremost our thoughts are with those who are recovering,” a statement to the AP from the studio spokesperson said.

“The well-being of the entire crew and cast is our first priority, and we will continue to insist on the highest industry standards of safety while filming. All safety precautions were reviewed prior to and monitored during the shoot.”

The studio did not give details on the injuries or the roles of the injured crew members.

The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, the union representing most film crew members, told the AP in a statement that they were aware of the accident and have begun an inquiry, but they could not yet provide further details.

The film is directed by Tim Story, whose credits include 2002’s “Barbershop” and 2005’s “Fantastic Four.” It has been shooting in an around Atlanta since Feb. 20.

It does not yet have a release date, but the production is not expected to be delayed by the accident.