Mourners at a vigil held for Halyna Hutchins in New Mexico vowed to get justice for the "brilliant" cinematographer after she was tragically shot dead on set by Alec Baldwin.
The vigil was held on Saturday at the Albuquerque Civic Plaza and was hosted by the International Cinematographers Guild.
“Let’s gather together to honor Halyna and her accomplishments, and grieve together as one,” said the guild to its members.
“Join us Saturday or Sunday night for a candlelight vigil for Halyna, who will always remain in our hearts.”
Attendees at the Albuquerque vigil were seen holding candles, and some held signs demanding better safety measures on film sets.
A member of Halyna’s camera crew who walked off the Rust set over safety issues days before the fatal shooting vowed to fight for justice for the cinematographer.
The crew member, who did not want to give their full name, exclusively told The Sun: "We want to see justice for Halyna.
“She was more than just a camera person who got shot, she was a brilliant person.
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