Halyna Hutchins († 42): Her parents are stuck in Kyiv: “They are preparing for the worst”

It was an accident that shook the celebrity world deeply: camerawoman Halyna Hutchins died in a tragic accident on the set of the western film “Rust” on October 21, 2021. The film’s lead actor and producer, actor Alec Baldwin (63), accidentally shot her with a gun passed to him as safe by an assistant director. Left behind in deep pain were Halyna’s husband Matthew Hutchins, 38, and Andros, the couple’s 9-year-old son.

Now Halyna Hutchins’ loved ones have to worry again because the parents of the deceased camerawoman are stuck in Ukraine, as Halyna’s husband confirmed to the US portal “TMZ”.

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Halyna Hutchins († 42): Her parents are still in Kyiv

Halyna Hutchin’s parents are currently still in Kyiv, and there is currently no way to flee. According to Matthew Hutchins, Russia keeps attacking areas that should actually serve as escape corridors.

The widower went on to say that this is why Halyna’s mother is continuing to work in a hospital and her father is also staying because it is too dangerous to flee. “You are preparing for the worst.”

Halyna’s sister Svetlana and her three-year-old daughter have reportedly made it to the Romanian border and are awaiting evacuation there.

Halyna Hutchins was born in 1979 in Zhytomyr, Ukraine, then part of the Soviet Union. She spent much of her childhood at a Soviet naval base. She became a cinematographer after studying journalism at Kyiv National University, and she retained her Ukrainian citizenship even after leaving the country and marrying Matt Hutchins.