“Deadpool” actor Ryan Reynolds extended his condolences to the family and friends of the stuntwoman who died on the set of “Deadpool 2.”

The incident took place on Monday and the Vancouver Police confirmed the incident. The authorities said in a statement that a female stunt driver died on the set of the movie while driving a motorcycle, The Hollywood Reporter shared.

Reynolds takes to Twitter to talk about stuntwoman’s death

Reynolds took to his Twitter account to talk about the incident. He posted a photo of his statement, which read in part that they tragically lost a member of the crew. Reynolds said all of them are heartbroken and devastated but knows that “nothing can come close to the grief and inexplicable pain” her friends and family are feeling.

Reynolds said his heart goes out to them and to every person the unidentified stuntwoman touched when she was still alive.

Aside from Reynolds, “Deadpool 2” director David Leitch said he is deeply saddened by the loss of one of their stunt performers and no words can express how he and the rest of the crew feel about the tragic event. He also extended his thoughts with the stuntwoman’s family, friends, and loved ones.

Police deployed to the scene

The Vancouver Police Department contacted WorkSafeBC, a company that provides services to both workers and employers, at around 8:31 AM on Monday. Five people from WorkSafeBC were deployed to the 1000 Block of West Waterfront Road and they inspected the site for “immediate occupational Health And Safety issues” based on the Workers’ Compensation Act and the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation.

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Stuntwoman did stunt four times before accident

Eyewitnesses said that the stuntwoman was able to do the scene four times perfectly. However, on the fifth take, she lost control of the motorcycle. The motorcycle then crashed into a nearby building. She reportedly did not wear any helmet before the incident.

Other reports did not identify the woman but People magazine revealed she is a pro motorcycle racer named Joi “SJ” Harris. She is reportedly the stunt double for Zazie Beetz. This was the first time that Harris became a stunt performer for a film. Her family has not yet commented on her death.

“Deadpool 2” is slated to be out by June 1, 2018. It is unknown whether the production for the movie has been halted or if it will be postponed due to the incident involving the death of the stuntwoman.