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‘Hurt Locker’ best boy killed in crash

Jordanian Namrouqa worked on 'Captain Abu Raed'

Osama Namrouqa, best boy on Oscar-winning film “The Hurt Locker,” died July 4 in a car crash in Jordan. He was 32.

Namrouqua, who was also a gaffer on the Sundance winner “Captain Abu Raed,” was part of a burgeoning group of Jordanian filmmakers. He graduated in June as part of the Red Sea Institute of Cinematic Arts’ inaugural class.

“He was energetic, dedicated and talented and an excellent human being,” said “Captain” technical supervisor Clark Graff.

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