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One year after 'Midnight Rider' accident, Sarah Jones is remembered




People gather at the International Cinematographers Guild national offices during a candlelight walk and memorial for Sarah Jones, an assistant camerawoman who was killed by a train while shooting the Gregg Allman biopic film, Midnight Rider, on March 7, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.
People gather at the International Cinematographers Guild national offices during a candlelight walk and memorial for Sarah Jones, an assistant camerawoman who was killed by a train while shooting the Gregg Allman biopic film, Midnight Rider, on March 7, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.
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One year ago today, camera assistant Sarah Jones was killed in a train accident while on set in Georgia filming the movie "Midnight Rider." Her death sparked outrage from the film production community, as well as calls for renewed attention to safety violations on film sets.

Sarah Jones's family and friends called for a moment of silence Friday before the first shot of the day on movie sets across the country to remember Sarah and raise awareness about on-set safety:

Ted Johnson, Senior Editor at Variety, joins Take Two to discuss what's changed in the year since Jones's death.