The mayor of Lac-Megantic, Julie Morin, criticized the company for its use of the footage and even told local reporters, "I don't know if this is happening all the time", she told a local outlet, "but we are looking for assurances from Netflix that. they are going to remove them".
Over 40 people were killed in 2013 when a train carrying crude oil derailed in the Quebec town of Lac-Megantic. One of those clips, however, may have been taken from a real-life disaster.
The explosion and subsequent fire caused 47 deaths and destroyed almost half the downtown area, including 30 buildings.
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Netflix will not be removing the brief clip from Canada's Lac-Megantic tragedy used early in the film to depict a fictional news story about an apocalyptic scenario.
Its production company, Peacock Alley Entertainment, explained that the footage was acquired from a stock footage vendor called Pond5 and that it wasn't aware of the specific source.
"It's hard enough for our citizens to see these images when they are used normally and respectfully on the news", said Morin.
If the news footage of chaos at the beginning of Bird Box looked a little too real, that's because it actually was. According to The Globe And Mail, the footage has turned up both in Netflix's Bird Box and their sci-fi show, Travelers. The production company's president Carrie Mudd told the Canadian Press it got the imagery from stock footage supplier Pond5, whose spokesperson Tina Witoshkin told BuzzFeed News the footage "was taken out of context and used in entertainment programming". It also apologised, saying it did not mean to dishonour the tragic event in the town, and would be replacing the footage used in the show.