The grieving husband and son of the cinematographer killed with a prop gun fired by actor Alec Baldwin on a movie set on Thursday were seen leaving a New Mexico hotel two days after the fatal accident.
Matthew Hutchins, who has shared his heartbreak on social media after losing wife Hylena Hutchins, 42, was spotted along with the couple's son, nine-year-old Andros.
Father and son carried their luggage, likely after having checked out from the hotel they were staying at.
Andros and Matthew attended a private memorial held in Santa Fe on Friday, with Alec Baldwin also in attendance. It was reported that grief counselors were present at the service.
Matthew and Baldwin have reportedly been in contact after the accident and the actor has been 'very supportive,' according to the late cinematographer's husband.
Matthew Hutchins and son Andros leave a New Mexico Hotel and relocate to another location after the tragic death of wife Halyna Hutchins, who was accidentally shot by Alec Baldwin while making a western movie
Matthew Hutchins has shared his heartbreak on social media, where he's written heartfelt tributes to his late wife
Ukraine-born Halyna Hutchins, 42, was the mother of 9-year-old Andros (pictured leaving New Mexico with his father)
The International Cinematographers Guild organized a candlelight vigil at Albuquerque Civic Plaza, as calls for measures to protect movie crew from on-set firearm-related accidents grow.
Another vigil for Hutchins is planned for Sunday from 6pm to 7.30pm at the IATSE Local 80 headquarters in Burbank.
Dozens attended the vigil in Albuquerque, held candles, gave heartfelt speeches about Hutchins, and shared what a beloved member of the community she was.
'Tonight is about Halyna. There will be plenty of time to focus on the who, on the what, on the why in the future,' said a woman during the vigil.
'But we have two things to accomplish tonight. The first is to comfort each other and the second is to celebrate the remarkable life of a remarkable woman that was cut short way too soon,' she went on to say.
'Let's all take a moment and gather together to honor Halyna and her accomplishments and grieve together as one. Please bring your own candle, and join together for a candlelight vigil for Halyna,' the International Cinematographers Guild had previously shared on a Facebook post.
Signs reading 'She deserved a safe workplace!' and 'S.O.S Safety on sets' were held by those who attended the vigil on Saturday.
Dozens congregated on Saturday in Albuquerque to celebrate the life of Halyna Hutchins, as calls for safety on movie sets grow
Christian Hutchins, no relation to cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, places a candle in front of a photo of Hutchins during a vigil held in her honor at Albuquerque Civic Plaza on October 23
Another vigil for Hutchins, who was a 42-year-old mother, is planned for Sunday from 6pm to 7.30pm at the IATSE Local 80 headquarters in Burbank
People attending the vigil pay tribute to Hutchins by holding candles in her honor. A second vigil is planned for Sunday in Burbank
The International Cinematographers Guild organized the vigil. 'Let's all take a moment and gather together to honor Halyna and her accomplishments and grieve together as one. Please bring your own candle, and join together for a candlelight vigil for Halyna,' the Guild had previously shared on a Facebook post
A candlelit memorial is held for Halyna Hutchins at the civic plaza in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico. Hutchins was tragically killed by Alec Baldwin in an on set shooting accident
Two people comfort each other during a vigil held to honor cinematographer Halyna Hutchins at Albuquerque Civic Plaza
After the fatal incident that took Hutchins' life, people in the entertainment industry are calling for Hollywood to ban the use of firearms on film sets
Cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was fatally shot with a prop gun fired by actor Alec Baldwin in a movie set in New Mexico on Thursday. Born in Ukraine and raised on a Soviet military base 'surrounded by reindeer and nuclear submarines', Hutchins, 42, had trained as a journalist and spent time in Europe working on British documentaries before making the move to Los Angeles, where she had established her career
The International Cinematographers Guild organized the vigil at Albuquerque Civic Plaza, with attendees holding signs calling for safety on movie sets
Martin Romero (Left) and Glendora Fragua(Right), both of Albuquerque, New Mexico, attend a vigil held to honor cinematographer Halyna Hutchins
A change.org petition calling for Hollywood to ban the use of firearms on film sets has gathered over 10,000 signatures since it was created on Thursday.
The petition was started by Hutchins' friend and colleague Director Bandar Albuliwi who wrote: 'We need to make sure that this avoidable tragedy never happens again. There is no excuse for something like this to happen in the 21st century. Real guns are no longer needed on film production sets.'
He tweeted: 'There’s no reason to have guns loaded with blanks or anything on set anymore. Should just be fully outlawed. There’s computers now.
A petition calling to ban the use of live weapons on film sets has gathered over 10,000 signatures after cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was shot dead on the set of Rust when Alec Baldwin fired a prop gun loaded with live ammunition killing Hutchins and injuring director Joel Souza
Halyna Hutchins' husband, Matthew, shared a touching tribute to his wife with a picture of her with their 9-year-old son Andros
Matthew attended a private memorial service for this wife with his son and Alec Baldwin, with whom he has been in contact following his wife's tragic death
Alec Baldwin was wielding a vintage Colt pistol when it accidentally went off. It is not known who loaded the weapon and why it went off as a replacement crew was brought in the day of the incident (The gun pictured above is a vintage Colt pistol manufactured between 1873-92. While the exact model of the gun used is unknown, Rust is set in the 1880s)
The gun that killed the cinematographer on the set of Alec Baldwin's Rust had been used for target practice by crew members, sources linked to the western film's production said.
Multiple sources connected to the set of Rust told TMZ that the same Colt pistol that went off in Alec Baldwin's hands, killing Halyna Hutchins and injuring director Joel Souza, had been used recreationally by crew members.
The sources claim that some crew members would go off for target practice using real bullets, and some believe a live round from those practice sessions found its way onto the set.
Another source told TMZ that live ammo and blanks were being stored in the same area on set, offering another possible explanation as to how a bullet was fired from Baldwin's Colt.
A search warrant released Friday said that Rust armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed, 24, had laid out three prop guns on a cart outside the filming location, and first assistant director Dave Halls grabbed the Colt from the cart and brought it inside to Baldwin, unaware that it was loaded with live rounds.
'Cold gun!' shouted Halls before handing the gun to Baldwin, using the phrase to signal to cast and crew that the gun was safe to fire for the scene, the warrant said.
Seconds later, filming a scene inside an Old West-style church, Baldwin apparently aimed towards the camera and pulled the trigger, accidentally killing Hutchins as she filmed him, and injuring Souza, who stood behind her.
Two production sources who previously worked with Gutierrez-Reed said this was not the first time she was involved in an incident on a movie set.
The two sources told The Daily Beast that Hannah Gutierrez-Reed had allegedly given an 11-year-old actress a gun without checking it properly while on the set of the Nicholas Cage film, The Old Way.
'There were a couple times she was loading the blanks and doing it in a fashion that we thought was unsafe,' one of the sources said.
Sources on the set of Rust said the incident that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins could be tied to the armorer, Hannah Gutierrez-Reed
'She was a bit careless with the guns, waving it around every now and again.'
Sources on the Rust set have said the fatal incident that killed Hutchins, 42, and injured Souza, 48, was a result of production failings from top to bottom.
They added that assistant director Halls, who handed the gun to Baldwin and told him it was safe, should have checked the weapon.
'He's supposed to be our last line of defense and he failed us,' one of the sources on set said. 'He's the last person that's supposed to look at that firearm.'
A Rust production source told The Daily Beast that there were at least two previous incidents of guns being accidentally