“Exciting details” about the Hollywood tragedy… at the time of the fatal accident

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The director was Joel Souza Who was shot in the shoulder standing behind Halina Hutchins. He stated that he heard what looked like a “whip and then a bang”, according to the preliminary investigation report seen by NBC.

“Alec Baldwin was sitting on a bench in the middle of a church decor and practicing taking out a gun,” according to the document. The director was watching the scene from behind Hutchins.

After the shot, the cinematographer pressed her stomach, according to the director, who indicated that she was “falling backwards” before helping her to “lie down”.

Photographer Red Russell revealed that the scene was not recorded because the crew was preparing to shoot.

The team was “Right” movie Returning from a lunch break, the director said he was not “certain” that the pistol had undergone a new security check.

Helena Hutchins was shot in the chest by Alec Baldwin from a weapon used as an accessory in the movie “Rust,” according to a preliminary investigation report seen by AFP. She was transported by helicopter to a hospital in New Mexico Where she was pronounced dead.

As for the director Joel Souza The one who injured his shoulder in that incident is recovering.

The tragedy occurred at the site “Bonanza Creek Ranch”, which is widely used for filming Western films, and the police cordoned off it and prevented entry to it.

No prosecutions have yet been launched in this regard, according to a spokesman for the police office.

Alec Baldwin remains at large after being questioned, with investigations focused on the hypothesis of the accident.

An evening on Hutchins’ intention was held on Sunday evening in Burbank, a city near Los Angeles that bears the nickname “World Media Capital” for the presence of several film and television studios in it.

Sadness and resentment were hanging over the atmosphere, with questions about how such an accident happened.

A petition on change.org calling for a ban on actual firearms on set and better working conditions has garnered more than 24,000 signatures as of Monday.







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