“Avengers” Stuntman and His 2 Children Dead in Georgia Tractor-Trailer Crash: Reports

Taraja Ramsess and his 13-year-old and eight-week-old daughters were killed in an accident that involved a stalled tractor-trailer, according to reports

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Taraja Ramsess

A movie stuntman and two of his young children were killed in a two-vehicle accident late Tuesday night near Atlanta, according to multiple outlets.

Taraja Ramsess, 41, and his 13-year-old daughter Sundari and 8-week-old daughter Fugibo died in the crash that involved a tractor-trailer, per ABC affiliate WSB-TV.

Two other children were seriously injured, including Ramsess’ 10-year-old son Kisasi and his 3-year-old daughter, according to a GoFundMe campaign.

“He has five girls and one son. His son is on life support now,” Pharaoh Hardee told WSB-TV about his cousin, who appeared in Black Panther, Avengers: Endgame and Avengers: Infinity War.

In a statement from the DeKalb County Police Department obtained by PEOPLE on Thursday, the injured juvenile victims are in critical condition.

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First responders arrived on the scene shortly before midnight on Tuesday and found Ramsess’ Ford F-150 pickup had crashed into a disabled 18-wheeler on the exit ramp from I-285 onto I-20 eastbound, police said.

The two surviving passengers were thrown from the truck, WSB-TV reported.

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The family members were on their way home on Halloween night when the accident occurred, NBC affiliate WXIA-TV reported.

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As police continue to investigate the accident, friends and family members are mourning the tragic loss. A former colleague remembered the doting father, who was also a martial artist.

"Kind, caring, loving, thoughtful, respectful, exemplary person,” John Stephens told WXIA-TV about Ramsess, who he said steadily worked his way up in the industry from the art department to becoming a grip, a camera person, and then a stuntman.

He added, “Just one of the best people I've ever known. I'm gonna miss him, he's a big part of my life, my heart, my soul. I'm gonna miss him."

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