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Safety meeting was held just before Alec Baldwin fatally shot Halyna Hutchins on "Rust" set, film producers claim

A film production company is contesting sanctions by New Mexico officials for alleged workplace safety violations on the set of "Rust," where actor and producer Alec Baldwin fatally shot a cinematographer in October, according to filings posted Wednesday by state regulators. The company claimed in the filing that a "safety meeting was held the morning of the incident."
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With Rust’s on-set death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins continuing to be arbitrated, developments with the cast and production company are moving forward as well. Production company Rust Movie Productions LLC is contesting the maximum fines that were leveled in a recent court decision, as well as claims of its responsibility for this untimely death. Meanwhile, actor Alec Baldwin is setting up shop with a new company of his own, and with another upcoming movie in the works as well.
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