The sudden fire occurred at HBO’s filming school, in Ellenville, New York, noon on May 9. The fire burned dozens of expensive cars that an agent provided to HBO to make films.
A big fire broke out on HBO filming studio in Ellenville, New York, noon on 9 May. The fire burned a nearby car dealer and dozens of expensive cars.
These damaged cars are among 27 antique cars that New York Car Office Manager Jamie Kitman has provided to HBO manufacturers through a car company he owns. No one was injured in the fire.
The number of vehicles damaged has not yet been counted. General Director of 613 Automobile Corporation – Chris Busby told Poughkeepsie Magazine: “Nothing else, both the agency building and about a dozen vehicles have been destroyed.”
According to Shawangunk Magazine, the fire is said to start from the showroom building. Besides, many film making equipment were also burned with losses of millions of dollars.
Jamie Kitman said the fire swallowed up many expensive models, including Chevrolet Corvette, Chevrolet Camaro, a silver GMC C1500 pickup, a Chevrolet 454 SS pickup and a Chevrolet Beretta Indy Pace Car version. 1990 life.
The film is filming based on Wally Lamb’s best-selling novel 1998, “I know This much Is True” and features Mark Ruffalo and Juliette Lewis. Police are investigating to clarify the cause of the fire.