Photographer killed and director shot by Alec Baldwin while filming

Photographer killed and director shot by Alec Baldwin while filming
Photographer killed and director shot by Alec Baldwin while filming
The American police announced today, that the actor Alec Baldwin fired a shotgun at the time during the filming of the Western movie near the city of “Santa Fe” (southwest), in an accident that killed the director of filming and injuring its director.
“Director of photography Haliana Hutchins and director Joel Sousa were shot when Alec Baldwin fired a claws on the set of the movie ‘Rust’ near Santa Fe, the state capital of New Mexico,” police said in a statement.
She added that Hutchins was evacuated on a helicopter to a nearby hospital, but “she soon died of her injury,” while Souza is in the hospital’s intensive care unit.

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