Alec Baldwin’s crew recorded 911 calls and audio recordings have shown desperate attempts to save their colleague. There are also allegations of negligence.

Mamie Mitchell was the script supervisor for the film after Baldwin accidentally shot Halyna Utchins, 42, as well as Joel Souza, 48.

The tragedy struck as the group was filming in the desert outside Santa Fe (New Mexico) on Thursday.

Mitchell, a veteran script director with credits dating back as far as 1974, calls the assistant direct and accuses them of negligence.

Mitchell calls 911 and tells her that she needs an ambulance at Bonanza Creek Ranch. Two people were shot accidentally on a movie set.

Mitchell is calling to instruct another person to clear the road so that the ambulance can get to the site.

Mitchell is then transported to Santa Fe fire & EMS and, sounding panicked urges for a rapid response.

‘Bonanza Creek ranch. Two people were accidentally shot by a prop gun on a movie set.

“We need immediate help. Bonanza Creek ranch. Come on.

David Halls is the Assistant Director of Rust, the Western movie Baldwin was acting in and producing when he accidentally killed Hutchins on Thursday and wounded director Joel Souza

David Halls is the Assistant Director of Rust. Baldwin was starring in and producing the Western movie when he accidentally killed Hutchins and injured director Joel Souza.

Mitchell is then asked for her details by the 911 operators.

Mitchell, who has worked in films like No Country For Old Men and Sicario can be heard saying: “It sounds as if somebody else is calling ambulances.

“Everybody should be. We need some assistance.

“Our cameraman and our director have been shot.”

She then asks an actor on set: “Are you going to take him to a road?”

The 911 operator asks, “So, was it loaded using a real bullet?

Mitchell replies, “I don’t, I can’t tell you that.” Two injuries were caused by a movie gunshot.

While the phone operator is inputting the details, Mitchell can be heard telling someone else: ‘OK, this f****** AD that yelled at me at lunch asking about revisions, this motherf*****.

“Did you witness him leaning over my desk and shouting at me?” He’s supposed inspect the guns. He is responsible for what happened. 

According to a Santa Fe court warrant, the gun was one the three that Hannah Gutierrez (the film’s armorer) had placed on a cart just outside the wooden structure in which a scene was being acted. 

Assistant director Dave Halls pulled the gun out of the cart and brought the gun inside to Baldwin. However, he was not aware that the gun was loaded with live ammunition, as a detective wrote in his search warrant application.

It is not known whether Mitchell was referring Halls in the audio. 

It was not known how many rounds were fired. Gutierrez took out a shell casing from her gun and turned it over to police upon arrival, according to court records.

The 911 operator attempts to ask Mitchell how many were injured. Mitchell confusedly replies, “No, no, I’m not a script supervisor.”

Mitchell answered the operator again. It went off while I was rehearsing, and I ran to get it. We all went out there, but we doubled over the director and the camerawoman.

She tells another person, “They are clearing the roads, can you go back, back in town, back at the Western camp.”

Mitchell is confused and hands the phone to a man.

“Hello?” The man replies, “Hello?”

“Hi, I have some questions I need to be asked. The 911 operator asks if you could answer them as best as you can. “Are they alert?”

The man replied, “Yes, they are alert.”

The operator asks the man if the bleeding is controlled. He replies, “Let’s see if we can get closer… No.

It is not clear whether he is saying that bleeding is not controlled or that he cannot get closer.

He tells the operator that he has one lying down and that they are near gate 1. They also have a van available to transport the ambulances to the exact spot.

A devastated Baldwin is pictured bent over outside the Santa Fe County Sheriff's office on Thursday after speaking to investigators

After speaking with investigators, Baldwin was seen looking distraught outside the Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office.

A woman then calls back, saying “Hi, this is Bonanza Creek Ranch.” We actually need two ambulances and not one.

The operator replied: “OK, so we’re making a call now for someone else and we’ll get 2 up to you.”

The woman, her voice strained, responds: “OK.” Is that 10 to 15 minutes?

The operator replies, “I don’t know – we’re getting them right away, to you now,”

“What?” What? The woman sounds panicked, as she talks to another person.

“We have two ambulances on their way.”

“What?” “What?” The woman responds, and then turns to the operator, saying: “OK, thank you.”

Operator replies: “You’re welcomed, bye.” 

Mitchell later claimed that she was standing next Hutchins at the time she was shot.

Mitchell said that he ran to 911 and said, “Bring everyone, send everybody.” 

“This woman is gone at her beginning of her career. She was an extraordinary, rare, and very rare woman.

Mitchell stated that Mitchell and other crew members were attending a private service in Santa Fe on Friday night.

Baldwin described the killing in a tragic accident.

“There are no words to express my shock and sadness over the tragic accident that claimed Halyna Hutchins’s life, a wife, mother, and highly admired colleague of mine. Baldwin posted on Twitter that he was fully cooperating with police investigations. 

“My heart breaks for her husband, their son and all who loved Halyna.”

Juan Rios, sheriff’s spokesperson, said that Baldwin was allowed to travel and no charges were immediately filed.

‘He’s a free man,’ Rios said.