YouTuber from Denmark, Albert Dyrlund, fell to his death while filming a video in the Italian Alps. He was 22.
According to Italian news outlet Rai News, Dyrlund was recording a video on his mobile phone on Mount Seceda in Val Gardena, Italy when he fell down over 600 feet.
A rescue helicopter was called but could not save Dyrlund, who was pronounced dead at the scene.
Confirming his death, his mother vibe Jørger Jensen asked for privacy during the grieving period.
Dyrlund’s girlfriend Maria Andersen said she is ‘devastated’. She wrote in an Instagram post, “We had plans together. This was just the beginning of a beautiful future that was torn apart from him and me in a heartbeat. I hope he hears me when I close my eyes every night and tell him that I love him and that I am always by his side."
Dyrlund had 224,000 followers on Instagram and 168,000 YouTube subscribers.
He is known for his music videos and comedy sketches. Some of the songs include “Emoji", “Ula" and “Summer".
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