Gino DAcampo in horror crash as ITV show thrown into chaos
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ITV has reportedly been left in chaos and was forced to pull a new big-budget travel show after a horrifying accident involving Gino D’Acampo.
The TV chef said an incident took place in Vienna on the set of his new ITV show Emission Impossible.
The accident is said to have occurred while filming and as a result, production has reportedly been halted.
It’s unclear what actually caused the accident but it’s been said that an ambulance had to be called after three people were caught up in the horror, including Gino, 47, who received treatment from medics.
Speaking about the incident, the TV chef who had been shooting with pal Fred Sirieix, told The Sun: “It was the worst shoot of our life
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“I am shocked I have not had a phone call from ITV to see how I am and I cannot wait to talk to them about all of this.
“I think ITV have no idea what happened,” the television personality expressed.
According to The Sun, the shocked cast and crew were sent home from the shoot and offered counselling after the accident in Vienna, Austria, on October 18.
Gino said he came down with a temperature of 40.3 degrees and was bedridden.
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A source told The Sun that both Fred and Gino had reportedly flagged concerns and were exhausted from long 12-14 hour days while working in freezing conditions.
They told the publication: “Earlier, they had been filming in a glacier. One stunt saw Gino have to go down a 200ft slide on a toboggan, clutching a cocktail glass. He raised concerns at the top of the slide about the glass.
“He was still filming a piece to camera when a mother and her two kids came hurtling down at 30mph and crashed.”
The insider continued: “There was blood everywhere and one of the boys had blood pouring from his mouth.”
Express Online have approached ITV and Gino’s representatives for comment.
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