Halyna Hutchins' last words before fatal shot surfaced

Seconds after actor Alec Baldwin accidentally shot her on the set of "Rust," director of photography Halyna Hutchins reportedly said, "No. That was no good. That was no good at all." Just hours later, she was pronounced dead.

Halyna Hutchins' last words before fatal shot surfaced

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The last words Halyna Hutchins uttered were discovered during an interview with 14 members of the film set, numerous emails, and messages, and they were revealed by the "Los Angeles Times".

According to them, Baldwin was preparing for the scene of the shooting in the church, when the tragedy happened.

"So, I guess I'm gonna take this out, pull it, and go, 'Bang!'" the actor said, convinced that he was holding a cold gun with fake bullets, which were intended for the film set. Instead, he fired a real bullet and shot Hutchins.

The mortally wounded Hutchins fell into the hands of the chief electrician on the set, while blood flowed from her chest at the place where she was hit. Meanwhile, director Joel Souza, who was also wounded by a bullet, also fell to the ground.

Baldwin then dropped his gun and repeated in shock, "What the f**k just happened?" Someone called 911, and a member of the film crew looked Hutchins in the eye and said, "Oh, this was no good."

"No. That was no good. That was no good at all," the wounded woman replied, who passed away a few hours later.

By: Sarah R.