Three castmembers of hit British TV show Downton Abbey have been hospitalised in recent months after sustaining serious injuries.
Actor Dan Stevens has revealed a number of his castmates have been involved in accidents, including Michelle Dockery, who plays his onscreen love interest Lady Mary Crawley.
Filming on the second series was brought to a halt when Dockery was rushed to hospital after she dropped a knife on her foot onset, while Laura Carmichael, who plays Lady Edith, was hospitalised after she broke her wrist at the show's wrap party.
Another castmember, Zoe Boyle, also broke her wrist after taking a tumble on a bus.
Stevens tells Britain's Sunday Express, "Zoe Boyle, who played Lavinia Swire, fell while she was getting off a bus and broke her wrist. Laura Carmichael fell at the wrap party and broke her wrist, and Michelle Dockery dropped a knife on her foot while we were shooting and had to go to hospital."
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