This Jan. 10, 2014 file photo shows singer Gregg Allman at the All My Friends: Celebrating The Songs and Voice of Gregg Allman in Atlanta. (Photo by Dan Harr/Invision/AP, File)
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Filmmakers have shelved production on a movie about the life of rock musician Gregg Allman a week after a freight train killed one crew member and injured seven others, a Savannah city official said Thursday.Filming of the movie "Midnight Rider," starring William Hurt as the Allman Brothers Band singer in his later years, was just getting started when the train crashed into the crew and its equipment Feb. 20 on a rural trestle crossing the Altamaha River. Sheriff's investigators said the film crew had permission to be on private property adjacent to the train tracks, but not on the tracks themselves.Hammargren said stopping production typically means that a film's crew is let go and any prior arrangements for shooting on location are scrapped.
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