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Well, Han Solo may have gotten back on his feet at light speed, but that little mishap could end up spelling big trouble for one of the production company Foodles Production Ltd.
Britain's Health and Safety Executive, or HSE, announced on Thursday that they ARE going to prosecute Foodles over four breaches of health and safety law.
The accident, which occurred in June 2014 at Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire, England, left Ford seriously injured and ultimately needing surgery. HSE released a statement saying:
Now, the stars of the NBA are following suit to launch a series of TV ads calling to stop gun violence.
Spike Lee has partnered with advocacy group Everytown for Gun Safety to direct the ads featuring basketball's biggest players!
Stephen Curry, Joakim Noah, Carmelo Anthony, and Chris Paul all appear in the PSA — intercut between testimonies of gun violence victims.
In one TV spot, Curry remembers hearing the story of a 3-year-old girl who had been shot, saying:
"My daughter Riley's that age."
The striking ads will air on Christmas day during the NBA's high profile games. Watch a clip (below):