Alec Baldwin has damaged his silence on the deadly taking pictures on the set of his new movie “Rust” Thursday.


“There are not any phrases to convey my shock and unhappiness concerning the tragic accident that took the lifetime of Halyna Hutchins, a spouse, mom and deeply admired colleague of ours,” Baldwin, 63, wrote on Twitter Friday.

He continued, “I am absolutely cooperating with the police investigation to handle how this tragedy occurred and I’m in contact along with her husband, providing my help to him and his household. My coronary heart is damaged for her husband, their son, and all who knew and cherished Halyna.”

Baldwin was in Santa Fe, New Mexico, filming his new film “Rust,” which he is starring in and producing, when he discharged a prop gun on the set that resulted within the dying of 42-year-old Halyna Hutchins, the movie’s director of pictures, CNN reported, citing investigators.

Director Joel Souza, 48, was additionally injured and transported to Christus St. Vincent’s Regional Medical Middle for therapy. Souza’s present situation is unclear.

A consultant for Baldwin instructed E! News there was “an accident” because of “the misfire of a prop gun with blanks” whereas the movie was in manufacturing.