US court receives complaint over lethal film accident involving Alec Baldwin

In a US court, a member of the film crew, which experienced the accidental killing of a cinematographer, has complained about negligence suing actor Alec Baldvin and many other crew members, British public broadcaster BBC reports.
In a press conference on Wednesday, November 10, the head electrician of the crew, Serge Svetnoy, 63, said he had seen guns sitting unattended in the dirt a few days before the fatal shooting of Halyna Hutchins on October 21, adding that he had warned the people responsible for them. Sventoy has filed a civil lawsuit in Los Angeles naming nearly two dozen defendants. The crew member alleged that negligence that resulted in «severe emotional distress» and has said that the bullet narrowly missed him.
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Meanwhile, the US authorities are still investigating the October 21 incident in the state of New Mexico, but no criminal charges have been brought against anyone..
In addition, a lawyer for the film’s armourer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed, who was responsible for the guns and ammunition on set, issued a statement on Wednesday, November 10, saying that she did not know how a live round came to be there. «We are asking for a full and complete investigation of all of the facts, including the live rounds themselves, how they ended up in the ‘dummies’ box, and who put them in there,» noted attorney Jason Bowles, BBC reports.