The New York Times reports:
There were at least two accidental gun discharges on the set of an Alec Baldwin movie being filmed in New Mexico days before he fatally shot the cinematographer, according to three former members of the film’s crew. The discharges occurred on Oct. 16, the former crew members said, prompting a complaint to a supervisor about the safety practices on the set, which was outside Santa Fe.
The crew members, who asked not to be named out of fear that their future employment in the industry could be affected, were among several workers who quit, just hours before the fatal shooting, over complaints about unpaid work and working conditions on the production. The disclosures are focusing scrutiny on concerns over loosely followed protocols and labor strife between producers and crew members during the production.
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Breaking News: There were at least 2 accidental gun discharges on the set of the Alec Baldwin film before a woman was fatally shot, ex-crew members said. https://t.co/qVSlW3fOfr
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