The final words cinematographer Halyna Hutchins said before she died after being shot by Alec Baldwin have been revealed.
The Los Angeles Times interviewed 14 crew members who were working on the movie Rust at the time of the fatal accident last week.
In the report, the publication detailed the exact words of both Hutchins after Baldwin immediately after the incident.
It states that a shocked Baldwin said ““what the f*** just happened?” after the prop gun he believed was loaded with dummy rounds discharged and struck Hutchins in the chest during a rehearsal.
It also hit the film’s director, Joel Souza, in the shoulder.
“What the f*** was that? That burns!” Souza is said to have screamed.
Hutchins reportedly collapsed into the arms of the film’s head electrician before a boom operator said to her “oh, that was no good.”
“No,” the 41-year-old replied. “That was no good. That was no good at all.”
She was pronounced dead shortly after.
Crew members were reportedly “shrieking”, “sobbing” and “shell-shocked” following the horror accident.
The report also claims there were “chaotic” conditions on the film set and that there had been three “accidental discharges” ahead of the fatal shooting.
New Mexico authorities are currently investigating Hutchins death and have not ruled out charges.