“Avengers” Stuntman and 3 Children Die in Tragic Accident

“Avengers” Stuntman and 3 Children Die in Tragic Accident

(DailyDig.com) – The “Black Panther” stuntman who worked on that movie and also the “Avengers” films was killed, along with his three children, in an automobile collision.

On Halloween night, Taraja Ramsess was operating a pickup truck containing several kids when he hit a tractor-trailer in the left-hand lane that had broken down. Ramsess, the girl aged 13, and the infant were all killed instantly. The cause of the accident is under investigation.

The deadly collision occurred in Dekalb County, Georgia, on Interstate 20. The crash killed Ramsess, 41, his daughter Sundari, 13, and his newborn daughter Fugibo.

Kisasi, his son, 10, and a child of around three were seriously injured in the incident and sent to the hospital. Kisasi succumbed to his wounds on Sunday. The girl’s health is considered critical but stable, according to authorities.

According to an early inquiry, Ramsess was operating a Ford F-150 and drove onto an exit ramp. That is where Ramsess’ truck collided with the disabled tractor-trailer, which was located in the left-hand lane.

Ramsess was a stunt performer in the movies, and his work can be seen in the Marvel films “Black Panther,” “Avengers: Infinity War,” and “Avengers: Endgame.” In addition to his work as a set dresser, he contributed to the art department on more than forty-three films, including “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.”

An account put up on GoFundMe for the benefit of the performer’s mother has generated $81,359 in tributes and donations.

Akili Ramsess, Ramsess’s mother, said on Instagram that Taraja loved his precious children more than anything in the world. He was funny in a dry, humorous way. Sundari, known to her loved ones as Sunny, radiated the same unique brilliance.

According to the GoFundMe page, Kisasi brightened the lives of countless people. When he was in the hospital, his loved ones never left his side.

After Chadwick Boseman’s tragic death in 2020 at the age of 43 after a secret four-year struggle with colon cancer, the loss of Ramsess is the second calamity to strike the “Black Panther” series.

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