‘Rust’ shooting victim’s family upset over video release

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Halyna Hutchins’ family said they’re angry over the release of bodycam footage showing her final moments.

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In This Story: Halyna Hutchins

Halnya Hutchins was a Director of Photography who died on 21 October 2021 while filming a Western movie entitled “Rust” in an incident involving a prop gun discharged by actor Alec Baldwin.

At the time of this tragic event, she was aged 42, and left behind a husband and son.

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