Baldwin, 63, habría disparado lo que se describió como un “arma de fuego de apoyo” en Bonanza Creek Ranch, la directora de fotografía mortalmente herida Halnya Hutchins, 42, y director gravemente hiriente Joel Souza, 48, the Santa Fe New Mexican newspaper reported.
Two of the newspaper’s staffers – a reporter and a photographer – claimed they saw Baldwin “in tears” después del incidente, which the newspaper claimed had not yet been declared an “accident” by the Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office.
Baldwin was questioned by investigators following the incident, sources told the newspaper. But no charges were filed in connection with the case, which remained under investigation, Juan Rios, a spokesman for the sheriff’s office, dijo en un comunicado, according to the New Mexican.
Hutchins died at the University of New Mexico Hospital in Albuquerque after being flown there, while Souza was being treated at Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center in Santa Fe, el periódico informó.
Deputies were at the scene working to determine how the incident happened and what type of projectile was used in the firearm, the New Mexican reported.
Souza had worked with Baldwin at least once previously, sobre el 2019 película “Crown Vic,” on which Souza was a director and Baldwin was a producer.