Watch: Medics Rush To Halyna Hutchins' Side After Alec Baldwin Shot Her On 'Rust' Set
In October 2021, Alec Baldwin's life changed forever, as he had shot cinematographer Halyna Hutchins while on set of the movie Rust.
Now, Radar has obtained graphic image of what happened. According to the clip, medics run to Hutchins, who is lying on the floor inside a church. "Do you have a seal?" one person asks. "I have got a sterile glove..."
There's at least three people surrounding Hutchins, who is lying on the floor while getting oxygen.
"It came in here and crossed across her chest," they noted of the incident. "One female shot in the chest, one male shot in the stomach."
The scene shows deputies from the Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office trying to tend to Hutchins, who is still alive and nodding her head.
"Take a deep breath," they tell Hutchins.
Unfortunately, Hutchins' life was cut short, as she died later on.
On April 20, a new report from the New Mexico Environment Department's Occupational Health and Safety Bureau (OHSB) cleared him of blame in the death of Hutchins, who was shot and killed with a prop gun while on the New Mexico set.
Rust Movie Productions, LLC, “knew that firearm safety procedures were not being followed on set and demonstrated plain indifference to employee safety by failing to review work practices and take corrective action," a statement read.
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Baldwin was spotted out and about in New York City last week, and he shared a statement about the newest revelation.
The actor said the report "exonerates [him] by making clear that he believed the gun held only dummy rounds," a statement read.
"Mr. Baldwin had no authority over the matters that were the subject of the Bureau's findings of violations, and we are pleased that the New Mexico officials have clarified these critical issues," the statement continued.
The company was consequently issued the "highest level of citation" and "maximum possible fine" for the incident; they also received a civil penalty of $136,793.