Halyna Hutchins’s final words after being shot on ‘Rust’ set revealed

(Screenshot: Halyna Hutchins via Instagram)

Halyna Hutchins’s final words on the set of Rust have been revealed.

The Los Angeles Times has new details of the frenzy on the Bonanza Creek Ranch movie set outside Santa Fe, New Mexico, on Oct. 21 after Alec Baldwin shot the cinematographer while rehearsing with what he thought was a “cold” gun.

“So, I guess I’m gonna take this out, pull it, and go, ‘Bang!'” Baldwin reportedly said, putting his hand on the Colt .45 revolver that sat in a holster and practicing his cross-draw. There were 16 crew members in the wooden church set of the low-budget film — none of them had on any protective gear, like noise-canceling headphones or safety goggles, for scenes involving guns.

The “cold” gun, which was not supposed to have a projectile, actually had a live round. As it fired, someone screamed, Hutchins — who was hit first — fell to the ground immediately followed by director Joel Souza.

“What the f*** just happened?” Baldwin asked as the bullet reverberated through the church. It was a phrase he said over and over as the tragic scene played out, the report notes.