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Talk about a stunt gone wrong.

A stunt double for the hit CBS show "Hawaii Five-0" is suing the network, among others, after being struck by a speeding car during filming, Deadline reports.

Justin Sundquist stunt doubled for actor Alex O'Loughlin's character, Steve McGarrett, for an episode titled “He Moho Hou” filmed on July 27, 2016.

Sundquist claims the person who was responsible for the safety of the stuntman was under the influence of pain killers during the accident where he was hit by a speeding car that caused him grave injuries that would likely "end his career as a stunt performer."

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"A key personnel who had safety responsibilities was under the influence of narcotic controlled substances, which caused and/or contributed to Mr. Sundquist's injuries and damages," the suit, obtained by Deadline, reads.

The suit accuses the staff of "turning a blind eye" to the safety personnel's blatant abuse of pills. It also alleges that an actor was driving the vehicle as opposed to a trained stunt professional.

Sundquist also claims that the "rushed" and "hectic" set was filled with a "series of reckless, negligent mishaps," which contributed to the accident.

The scene was intended to portray the character of McGarrett trying to a catch a carjacker in a parking garage, according to Deadline.

Sundquist has worked as an award-winning stunt performer in roles such as Bucky Barnes in "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" and "Captain America: Civil War," as well as "The Fate of the Furious," Kong: Skull Island" and others.

CBS did not immediately respond to a Daily News request.

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