Shocking Accident Led to Danish YouTuber Albert Dyrlund’s Death
Unfortunately, sources revealed that the tragic accident became Danish YouTuber Albert Dyrlund’s death cause after he reportedly passed away on Wednesday, July 28, 2021, at the young age of 22. May he rest in power.
The heartbreaking death news of Albert Dyrlund, an influencer, and YouTuber who is especially famous among young people, has been confirmed by his mother, Vibe Jørger Jensen.
Vibe Jørger Jensen announced that her son had fallen 200 meters (656 feet) when he was shooting a video for his channel in Forcella Pana, in the Italian Alps, on Wednesday.
She said, “I can confirm he is dead. The family is in deep grief, but I would like his fans to know.” Besides confirming the sad fall accident that happened to his son in Italy, Vibe requested privacy for his family through these hard days, emphasizing that they need time to mourn.
As soon as the tragedy, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Citizen Service also opened up about the young content creator’s passing to a Danish newspaper, Ekstra Bladet. Nevertheless, because of confidentiality, the ministry can’t get closer to the case.
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What Accident Caused Danish YouTuber Albert Dyrlund’s Death?
Italian broadcaster, Rai, has reported that Dyrlund plummeted from Mount Seceda in Val Gardena while filming a video, adding that a rescue helicopter was called; however, they were unsuccessful in a rescue attempt and could not save Dyrlund; he was pronounced dead at the scene.
The popular influencer with 224k followers on Instagram and 168k YouTube subscribers had sparked controversy with some of his more awkward content, such as touching dog shit and licking on a forest snail.
Albert Dyrlund recently had attracted attention by shaving his otherwise long hair and by sharing other special videos. Danish YouTuber Albert Dyrlund’s death came about three years after his first movie Team Albert. The film received the Robert Audience Award at the film award ceremony in 2019.
It provoked concern among some of the YouTuber’s followers, although he has since clarified that it was a performance to develop a new song and improve the image to a more adult audience than the young followers he differently had.
He is additionally remembered as a skillful singer who released some songs, including:
- Albert Dans
- Drik Ud
- Venner for Livet
- Smuk Uden Filter
- Alle Kender Mit Navn
Social Media Reactions to Danish YouTuber Albert Dyrlund’s Unexpected Passing
Celebrities’ death news always breaks many hearts; however, fans kindly remember memories, and their idols are alive in their hearts even after death.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Albert Dyrlund’s family, friends, fans, and all of his loved ones on these tough days. You can additionally share a condolence message below the comment box to honor him.
News of Dyrlund’s death is followed by wide reactions on social media, where fans are expressing their shock and sharing tributes:
Another Danish YouTuber, Johnni Gade, who has more than 200,000 subscribers, has posted a tribute video to the late influencer.
“rest in piece Albert Dyrlund. this is pretty surreal. he was only 22 years,” a fan tweeted. “for internationals, he had been a danish youtuber since a young age and very known in Denmark.”
Another added: “Rest in piece Albert Dyrlund, thanks for the good memories.”
Someone wrote, “Albert Dyrlund famous danish youtuber have passed away at the age of 22. I’m in shock, they said it happened Wednesday and i believe that’s when i saw his Instagram story of him being on a mountain it probably happened after that. RIP.”
Someone said, “Today Danish YouTuber Albert Dyrlund passed away in a accident. Yup used to watch this guy a lot back in 2017. And I just wanted to let the world know, that he will not be forgotten. Even if you don’t know who he is.”
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