A death on the set of the upcoming film The Lone Ranger was sadly caused by workplace-safety violations. The film's production company must shell out $61,445 in fines after it was cited for violations which led to the death of a scuba diver on the film's set last fall, according to E! Online. The 48-year-old diver had been attempting to clean out a large water tank on September 21, 2012, when he was found dead in the water. Apparently, his "dive buddy" was absent for 10 minutes, and so the...