Two people were accidentally shot while filming a Western movie in New Mexico, USA. Photographer Helena Hutchins succumbed to her injuries.
A crew member has died after being involved in an accident on the set of Alec Baldwin’s “Rust,” reports say. Deadline.com.
They quote the mayor of Santa Fe County, who confirms that a 42-year-old woman has lost her life.
Sharif confirms the opposite final date It was Alec Baldwin who accidentally fired two bullets with a prop gun. One of the shots in the video hit Halania Hutchins, who succumbed to her injuries. Director Joel Sousa, 48, was wounded by the second shot.
Baldwin plays one of the main roles in the film, and the actor posted a photo of himself on Instagram earlier Thursday, from the shoot.
Hutchins was flown by helicopter to the University of New Mexico Hospital, but his life was spared. Souza is being treated for injuries at another hospital in New Mexico.
An investigation is underway and no one has been charged yet in the case, Deadline writes. The group’s witnesses are questioned by on-site investigators.
According to the local channel KOB 4 There was an accidentally fired weapon, and the first reports were that two people were injured during recording. Al-Sharif confirmed that two people were killed on the set. The other injured person was taken to hospital with injuries.
A spokesperson for the film company confirmed that the filming location was closed as a result of the accident.
“Organizer. Social media geek. General communicator. Bacon scholar. Proud pop culture trailblazer.”