Elizabeth, left, and Richard Jones, talk about their daughter Sarah Jones, the 27-year-old camera assistant killed Feb. 20 by a freight train while filming a movie in southeast Georgia, while sitting in their attorney's office, Wednesday, April 9, 2014, in Atlanta. The couple say they\u0092re grieving, angry and want someone held accountable for their daughter\u0092s death. It\u0092s been less than two months since Sarah Jones died after being struck by a train on tracks spanning the Altamaha River southwest of Savannah. She was part of a crew shooting a movie based on the life of rock singer Gregg Allman. Jones' parents told The Associated Press in an interview Wednesday their daughter\u0092s death was \u0093senseless.\u0094 Richard Jones said he believes the film\u0092s producers \u0093did so many wrong things on so many levels, it's just unbelievable.\u0094 (AP Photo/David Goldman)

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Elizabeth, left, and Richard Jones, talk about their daughter Sarah Jones, the 27-year-old camera assistant killed Feb. 20 by a freight train while filming a movie in southeast Georgia, while sitting in their attorney's office, Wednesday, April 9, 2014, in Atlanta. The couple say they\u0092re grieving, angry and want someone held accountable for their daughter\u0092s death. It\u0092s been less than two months since Sarah Jones died after being struck by a train on tracks spanning the Altamaha River southwest of Savannah. She was part of a crew shooting a movie based on the life of rock singer Gregg Allman. Jones' parents told The Associated Press in an interview Wednesday their daughter\u0092s death was \u0093senseless.\u0094 Richard Jones said he believes the film\u0092s producers \u0093did so many wrong things on so many levels, it's just unbelievable.\u0094 (AP Photo/David Goldman)

Singer Allman sues to stop movie after train crash

The Associated Press

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SAVANNAH, Ga. — Singer Gregg Allman has filed a lawsuit to stop movie producers from reviving a film based on his life story after a freight train plowed into crew members shooting on train tracks in southeast Georgia, killing one worker and injuring six others.

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