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Stuntman Fighting for his Life After Terrifying Accident on Set of ‘AGT: Extreme’

Jonathan Goodwin, a daredevil stuntman on the new “America’s Got Talent: Extreme,” suffered horrific injuries after a stunt he attempted went horribly wrong, and the set thought he was dead.

America’s Got Talent: Extreme stuntman Jonathan Goodwin ‘almost dies’ in horrific accident as he is ‘air-lifted to hospital where his condition remains unclear’ (Goodwin pictured in 2016)

According to production sources, Goodwin was suspended 70 feet in the air in a straitjacket suspended by his feet from a wire.

On either side of him, two cars were suspended, swinging back and forth. Goodwin’s stunt was to free himself from the restraints and then fall on an air mattress to avoid being crushed by the cars as they swung in the air.

Something went horribly wrong, and the cars collided, sandwiching Goodwin in the middle. The collision caused the cars to explode, erupting in a massive fireball. Goodwin collapsing and hitting his head on the ground.

According to our sources, Goodwin was unresponsive after the crash, and everyone on the set assumed he was dead.

Stuntman Fighting for his Life After Terrifying Accident on Set of 'AGT: Extreme'
Stunt gone wrong

Goodwin, on the other hand, was alert when he was airlifted to a hospital and rushed into surgery. We’ve been told he’s in a trauma unit and that his condition is unknown.

Goodwin is no stranger to the ‘AGT’ family; he appeared on the show in 2020 and completed another death-defying stunt.

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