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    The head electrician on the Rust movie set who held dying Halyna Hutchins in his arms has been seen for the first time since suing . <br>Serge Svetnoy was seen smoking a cigarette and talking to an unidentified woman in his garage in , , after suing Alec Baldwin for ‘severe emotional distress’.<br>He said he felt a whoosh of air and heard the loudest shot he had ever heard before watching helplessly as Halyna Hutchins faded away in his arms.<br>Svetnoy claimed he suffered an injury following the shooting and was almost hit by the flying bullet on set.  <br>The Rust gaffer was seen looking tired, dressed in a simple gray t-shirt with a motorcycle on it and black jeans with his hair thrown up in a bun. <br>He leaned heavily on the counter of his garage as he frowned at something, surrounded by what appeared to be tools.

    He was later seen talking to a woman and smoking a cigarette. <br> Gaffer Serge Svetnoy was seen looking tired in his garage in Los Angeles, California, on Thursday for the first time since suing Alec Baldwin <br> He frowned as he looked out the door of his garage as he leans on the work counter, 인스타 팔로워 늘리기 surrounded by <br>s  He was later seen smoking a cigarette and speaking to an unidentified <br>n  He claimed the event caused him ‘severe emotional distress.’ He also sued rookie armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed and assistant director Dave Halls after the fatal shooting and revealed that the scene did not call for Baldwin to fire <br>gun Svetnoy (left), held dying Halyna Hutchins (right) in his arms after she was<br>t He also sued rookie armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed and assistant director Dave Halls over ‘severe emotional distress’ after the fatal shooting and revealed that the scene did not call for 인스타 팔로워 늘리기 Baldwin to fir<br>e gun.  Svetnoy filed the suit against the three crew members – as well as others, who remain unnamed – and claimed that their alleged negligence led to the shooting and put him in emot<br>l turmoil. RELATED ARTICLES

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    Svetnoy alleged in the c that there were ‘so many levels of failures’ on the set before Hutchins was accidentally shot and killed by Baldwin <br>ctober 21. Baldwin accidentally shot and killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins (pictured) on October 21 when he was handed prop gun with l<br>ammunition <br /> Mary Carmack-Altwies (pictured), the District Attorney in charge of the investigation, said there were ‘so many levels of failures’ on the set before H<br>ins’ deathAuthorities have been probing how a suspected live round came to be in the firearm, which had been declared safe by an assistant director.

    When asked if she knew who had loaded the fatal shot, Carmack-Altwi<br>aid ‘yes’.The DA added that investigators found additional live rounds on set but could not specify how many because the investigatio<br>s ongoing.’We still don’t know how they got on the set and how they got there I think will be one of the most important factors going into a charging decision,’ Carmack<br>wies said.’It’s probably more important to focus on what led up to the shooting because the moment of the shooting, we know that at least Mr Baldwin had no idea that the gun was loaded, so it’s more how did that gun get loaded, what levels of failure happened and were those levels of fail<br>criminal?’She also refuted claims made by the attorney of the film’s armorer who suggested the weapon could have been intentionally loaded w<br>live ammo.’Defense attorneys have come up with conspiracy theories and used the word “sabotage”.

    We do not have proof,’ Carmack-<br>ies added.Gutierrez-Reed’s attorney Jason Bowles has claimed that the incident could have been caused by sabotage by a third party who intentionally placed live ammo in a box of blanks, but Carmack-Altwies said that<br> unlikely.The Santa Fe county sheriff said there had been ‘some complacency’ in how weapons were handled and the set has been shut down since that day in October as authorities probe the scene of t<br>ncident. Baldwin himself has said it is unlikely the low-budget movie will ever<br>completed.Last week the grieving actor shared a post from a crew member of Rust dismissing concerns about safety on the se<br> the film.He was also recently spotted going to a New York City salon with his wife, Hilaria, <br>ovember 9. more videos

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    On November 9 a tired-looking Baldwin and his wife Hilaria were seen strolling in New York City on the unsea<br>bly warm fall dayIn the weeks since the shooting, several former crew members have spoken out about the unsafe en<br>nment on the set.Lane Luper, who served as the film’s A-camera first assistant, said he quit one day before the fatal shooting because employees were being overworked, Covid safety was not being enforced properly and<br> safety was poor.’I think with Rust, it was the perfect storm of the armorer, the assistant director, the culture that was on set, the rushing.

    It was everything,’ he told Good Morning America when asked about the events that led up t<br>e fatal shooting.’It wasn’t just one individual. Everything had to fall into place for this one-in-a-trill<br>thing to happen.’He then disputed the producers’ claim that safety was a top priority on set, saying: ‘I only personally remember two safety meetings that invol<br>the entire crew.’Luper ultimately accused the film’s production of breaking the cardinal rule of having guns on set.

    ‘There shall never be live rounds anywhere on a studio lot, or sta<br>r set,’ he added.He then choked up when describing the late Hutchins, saying: ‘She genuinely wa<br>mething special.’In his letter of resignation, Luper said there had been two accidental weapon discharges on set and one accidental sound-effects explosion that went<br> around the crew.’There have been NO explanations as to what to expect for these shots.

    When anyone from production is asked we are usually met with the same answers about not having enough time to complete the day if we rehearse or that “this is a 21 day shoot,”‘ Luper<br>te in the letter.He added that the crew grew exhausted of long commutes from the set to their lodging, which for some was more<br>n two hours away.’In my 10 years as a camera assistant I’ve never worked on a show that cares so little for the safety of i<br>rew,’ Luper said.Last week, 인스타 팔로워 늘리기 Baldwin fired back at the claims that the working conditions on the set were unsafe, though, sharing a social media post from one crew member slamming her coworkers for painting a ‘blatantly false’ picture of the <br>as ‘chaotic and unsafe’.Baldwin shared a screenshot of the post written by costume designer Terese Magpale Davis to his Instagram account wi<br>he caption: ‘Read this.’ more videos

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    ‘I am so sick of this narrative,’ Davis wrote in her post. ‘I worked on this movie. The story being spun of us being overworked and surrounded by unsafe, chao<br>conditions is bull***t.’Davis’ post refuted many of the complaints of crew members – including that they routinely wo<br> more than 12-hour days.’We never worked more than a 12.5-hour shoot day.

    <br> was once,’ Davis wrote.’Most days were under 12. The day Halyna died we had come off of a 12 hour turnaround after an 11 hour shoot day. We had (including ca<br>) gotten off by 6.30pm.’Davis continued, sharing that the fatal shooting that occurred on set will haunt her for a long time.
    She noted that she is angry at Dave Hall, the assistant director who handed Baldwin the gun, but would not accuse him<br>not caring about safety.’I am heartbroken and furious,’ she wrote. ‘I will never get the sound of that gunshot or my director’s screams <br>of my head as a result.”My friend is dead.

    Am I angry at him? Yes. But I won’t jump on the bandwagon and pretend that he was uncaring about our sa<br> the whole way through.’Baldwin had remained silent about the incident on Rus<br>ior to sharing the post.<div class=”art-ins mol-factbox news” data-version=”2″ id=”mol-1674e3f0-4257-11ec-9c58-afb4e45d5a70″ website Gaffer Serge Svetnoy seen for first time after suing Baldwin

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