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TRANSFORMERS: THE DARK OF THE MOON: Shia LaBeouf, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Washington, D.C. Photos, Bumblebee Car Crash

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Shia LaBeouf, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Washington, D.C. photos from Transformers: The Dark of the Moon have been released. An actual BumbleeBee and Washington P.D. car crash  footage has also been released. We already know part of Transformers: The Dark of the Moon‘s story deals with the White House and now we can clearly see the White House press pass on Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s business suit.

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Transformers: The Dark of the Moon

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There was a real Bumblebee/Washington P.D. car crash early this week. The video of the crash “was shot by MyFoxDC who was on the scene. They reported that the police officer, a “25-year veteran senior explosive ordinance technician,” was not supposed to be on the set, sustained minor injuries and was taken to the hospital. He was responding to an emergency call to inspect a suspicious package and was obviously not on the same radio frequency as the Autobots…or the film crew.”

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The Washington P.D. police released the following official statement:

Earlier today, a MPD marked cruiser responding to an emergency assignment, collided with a vehicle involved in the filming of a movie at Third Street and Maryland Avenue, SW. The officer sustained minor injuries and was transported to a local hospital. No civilian injuries have been reported. The Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the facts of the crash and filming of this movie on closed DC city streets has been suspended until safety procedures can be reviewed.

Source: SlashFilm, Justjared

 

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