Here’s the Video of Tracy Morgan’s Crash That Celebs Don’t Want You to See

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On Monday, TMZ posted the following video taken by a bystander seconds after a semi-truck hit a limo carrying Tracy Morgan.

In the clip, you can see people standing about before comedian Ardie Fuqua is pulled from the wreckage. Last night, Louis CK (FX’s LOUIE), took to twitter asking TMZ to take the video down.

CK was motivated by Ardie Fuqua’s daughter, who posted the following message on Instagram asking for people to petition TMZ to remove the video.

Ardie FuquaLouis C.K then took to his twitter account asking his 3.5 million followers to ask TMZ to remove the video.

Other high profile names have since joined in the campaign, including Judd Apatow, who tweeted directly at TMZ founder Harvey Levin, and anti-paparazzi crusader Dax Shephard.

TMZ has never been the organization to bite their tongue, or withhold information. But, many argue that this video is something different. Someone passed away and every time someone’s daughter watches the video she has to relive the experience all the while, TMZ is making a profit off of that.

Watch the video below:

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