Heartbroken Alec Baldwin spotted with wife Hilaria and kids in Vermont after tragic 'Rust' shooting

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Alec Baldwin was spotted in a small town in New England with his family as the actor attempted to stay under the radar after he accidentally shot dead cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

The 30 Rock star, 63, looked dejected as he, his wife Hilaria, 37, and their six kids collected their orders from a pizza store over the weekend in Manchester Center, Vermont, per The Sun.

Baldwin, dressed in dark-colored clothing, was pictured with his head down as he held two bags of takeout.

The photo was taken just days after he unintentionally discharged a prop gun on the set of Western movie Rust in Santa Fe, New Mexico, injuring the director, Joel Souza, and killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

At the time that Hutchins, a married mother-of-one, was accidentally killed, Baldwin was rehearsing for a scene that entailed pointing the prop gun at the camera before pulling the trigger, Souza revealed in an affidavit on October 24.

The affidavit read: "Joel stated that they had Alec sitting in a pew in a church building setting, and he was practicing a cross draw. Joel said he was looking over the shoulder of [Hutchins] when he heard what sounded like a whip and then a loud pop."

According to the document, Hutchins was shot in the chest area.

The affidavit continued: "Joel then vaguely remembers [Hutchins] complaining about her stomach and grabbing her midsection. Joel also said [Hutchins] began to stumble backwards and she was assisted to the ground."

When Baldwin was handed the firearm by assistant director David Halls, he was told it was a "cold gun", which is a gun that does not contain live rounds capable of killing someone.

According to a search warrant affidavit, Halls has now told police he should have been more vigilant about the gun before handing it over to Baldwin for his scene.

Halls told authorities that it is his responsibility to yell out "cold gun" meaning that a gun doesn't contain live ammunition. However, on the day of the on-set shooting, he announced that the weapon was a "cold gun" before handing it over to Baldwin.

Featured image credit: Everett Collection Inc / Alamy

Heartbroken Alec Baldwin spotted with wife Hilaria and kids in Vermont after tragic 'Rust' shooting

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By VT

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Alec Baldwin was spotted in a small town in New England with his family as the actor attempted to stay under the radar after he accidentally shot dead cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

The 30 Rock star, 63, looked dejected as he, his wife Hilaria, 37, and their six kids collected their orders from a pizza store over the weekend in Manchester Center, Vermont, per The Sun.

Baldwin, dressed in dark-colored clothing, was pictured with his head down as he held two bags of takeout.

The photo was taken just days after he unintentionally discharged a prop gun on the set of Western movie Rust in Santa Fe, New Mexico, injuring the director, Joel Souza, and killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

At the time that Hutchins, a married mother-of-one, was accidentally killed, Baldwin was rehearsing for a scene that entailed pointing the prop gun at the camera before pulling the trigger, Souza revealed in an affidavit on October 24.

The affidavit read: "Joel stated that they had Alec sitting in a pew in a church building setting, and he was practicing a cross draw. Joel said he was looking over the shoulder of [Hutchins] when he heard what sounded like a whip and then a loud pop."

According to the document, Hutchins was shot in the chest area.

The affidavit continued: "Joel then vaguely remembers [Hutchins] complaining about her stomach and grabbing her midsection. Joel also said [Hutchins] began to stumble backwards and she was assisted to the ground."

When Baldwin was handed the firearm by assistant director David Halls, he was told it was a "cold gun", which is a gun that does not contain live rounds capable of killing someone.

According to a search warrant affidavit, Halls has now told police he should have been more vigilant about the gun before handing it over to Baldwin for his scene.

Halls told authorities that it is his responsibility to yell out "cold gun" meaning that a gun doesn't contain live ammunition. However, on the day of the on-set shooting, he announced that the weapon was a "cold gun" before handing it over to Baldwin.

Featured image credit: Everett Collection Inc / Alamy