A crew member working on the upcoming “James Bond” film starring Daniel Craig has been injured following a controlled explosion on-set.

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On Tuesday, the official Twitter account for the production tweeted out a statement acknowledging that the explosion caused damage to the exterior of the set, and that while nobody on the set was injured, one crew member outside the set “sustained a minor injury.”

According to a report from The Sun, the incident actually involved three large explosions at the Pinewood Studios set in Buckinghamshire, UK, and a source told the outlet: “It was utter chaos.”

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The explosions were reportedly part of testing on a stunt which allegedly involved a fireball inside a laboratory.

ET Canada has reached out to confirm details surrounding the incident.

Last month, Craig injured his ankle while filming an action scene in Jamaica and was reportedly set to undergo surgery.

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