Car accident in Atlanta

In a tragic turn of events in Atlanta, 41-year-old stuntman Taraja Ramsess, known for his work on high-profile films such as “Creed III” and “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” has died in a car accident alongside three of his children. The collision occurred on October 31 when Ramsess’s vehicle crashed into a stationary tractor-trailer on the interstate.

The local authorities are currently investigating the accident which claimed the lives of Ramsess and his two daughters, aged 13 years and 8 weeks respectively. Tragically, his 10-year-old son also passed away several days later while under critical care in the hospital. The children’s names were confirmed to be Sundari and Fujibo Ramsess, and the son was Kisasi Ramsess. The mother of Ramsess, Akili Ramsess, revealed the heartbreaking news and is mourning the loss of her loved ones while expressing gratitude for the supportive messages received.

Taraja Ramsess not only performed stunts for multiple box office hits, including “Avengers: Endgame,” “The Suicide Squad,” and “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” but also played varied roles behind the scenes as a background actor, a camera operator, and in the art department. His professional contributions extended across the filmmaking industry, reflecting his passion and versatility within his craft.

Source: Yahoo Canada Sports