Death of Greg Plitt, Bravo Star Killed by Train, Ruled an Accident

21 Jan 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Death of Greg Plitt, Bravo Star Killed by Train, Ruled an Accident.

BEVERLY HILLS (CBSLA.com) — A public memorial service will be held Saturday for reality TV star and fitness model George Gregory Plitt Jr., who was struck and killed by a Metrolink train in Burbank while filming near the tracks. Warren Coulter, a friend of Plitt’s, told the Associated Press and The Los Angeles Times that he spoke to film crew members who were with the Bravo personality when he was fatally struck by a train just north of the Burbank Metrolink Station.

He wanted to push things to the limit, he’s just like Superman.” “This was not an authorized shoot,” Metrolink spokesperson Jeff Lustgarten tells PEOPLE. “We get two to three requests a month for filming and we go through a permitting process where we do a site check, put everyone through a detailed safety briefing and most importantly we have a flag man there with the crew on the day of filming. The flagman knows the schedule of the trains and communicates with operations, but none of that occurred.” “We had no idea they were going to be out there,” he adds. “The engineer did see Mr.

The former Marine had found success on television recently with Bravo’s reality show “Workout,” and was a body double in “Watchmen.” He had also recently been cast in an upcoming Bravo show called “Friends to Lovers.” Add this unfortunate event to the ever growing list of reasons not to utilize train tracks for shoots.

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