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New images from ‘Rust’ set as questions grow over safety after fatal shooting

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Investigators say assistant director Dave Halls announced the gun was safe for use, a job usually handled by the armorer, before actor Alec Baldwin pulled the trigger. Authorities are also looking into whether the deadly round fired on set was a blank or a live bullet that made its way onto the production.