A crewmember died after having an accident while working on the Marvel Studios series “Wonder Man.” The incident reportedly happened on Tuesday morning at CBS Radford Studios in Studio City.

The man, identified as Juan Carlos Osorio, fell from the rafters while on his task as a rigger.

The series, which is about a stuntman who became a superhero, had not been filming when the incident occurred. The crew had, however, been on the set working as filming was scheduled to start next month after the Hollywood strikes last year.

In a statement to the Associated Press, a Marvel spokesperson said, “Our thoughts and deepest condolences are with his family and friends, and our support is behind the investigation into the circumstances of this accident.”

Loeb, president of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, the union that represents those who work behind the scenes, released a statement to address the incident, writing, Everyone in the IA family is shocked and deeply saddened by this tragic loss. We are working to support our member’s family, and his fellow members and colleagues.”

“Safety on set is our highest priority and we will assist Cal/OSHA in their investigation in any way that we can. If you feel unsafe on set for any reason, members can call the IATSE Safety Hotline at 844-422-9273 or use our safety info app,” he added.

A GoFundMe has been set up for fundraising for Osorio’s family. The platform has raised over $124,000 as of the time of this writing.

The message on the fundraiser reads, “On February 6th, 2024, our friend [Juan] Spike [Osario] lost his life on the set of Marvel’s ‘WonderMan’ shoot at CBS Radford studios due to a potential structural failure.”

In a warning to all the parties that may have been responsible, the fundraiser added, “We are hoping the Production Company, The Facility, MBS, Marvel Studios handles things properly, but expect a long road fraught with attorney fees and expenses. In the meantime, bills will be mounting and the widow, Boom Operator Joanne W. will be left to deal with everything. Help if you’re able, it’s greatly appreciated.”

Film and television sets have seen several fatalities in recent years, resulting in lawsuits and louder calls for industry reforms. In 2021, cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was killed on the set of the movie “Rust” after a gun pointed at her by actor Alec Baldwin went off.

In 2014, a camera assistant was killed in a train accident on the set of “Midnight Rider.”