‘Avenue Outlaws’ Star Ryan Fellows Killed In Crash Whereas Filming


One of many stars of the TV present Avenue Outlaws: Quickest in America, Ryan Fellows, died early Sunday in a fiery crash simply exterior Las Vegas whereas filming the present, in line with TMZ. Fellows was 41.

Citing “a supply linked with the present,” TMZ says Fellows crashed throughout the eighth out of 9 races scheduled for the night time and that Fellows was driving a “gold Nissan 240Z.” It is unclear whether or not that is really the orange “Scooby Doo” Nissan documented extensively on social media and described as a 280Z by Fellows on YouTube or a distinct Z altogether. The Avenue Outlaws star reportedly misplaced management close to the end line inflicting the automotive to roll and catch hearth. Onlookers apparently tried to get him out however couldn’t achieve this in time.

Avenue Outlaws is a sequence of exhibits on Discovery during which individuals drag race on public (albeit apparently closed) roads usually for hefty money wagers. Again in January, one other Avenue Outlaws star JJ Da Boss and his spouse Tricia have been each injured in a crash, with the latter having to be hospitalized. Beneath is a clip of Fellows racing a $300,000 Lamborghini Huracan and practically shedding management.

“The Avenue Outlaws household is heartbroken by the accident that led to the tragic demise of Ryan Fellows,” the Discovery Channel mentioned in a press release. “We lengthen our deepest sympathy to Ryan’s family members as they course of this sudden and devastating loss.”

Based on a GoFundMe elevating cash for the household, Fellows left behind a spouse and two youngsters. “Ryan was an avid automotive fanatic and was a street ‘warrior’ in lots of ways in which prolonged to loves of basketball, automobiles, and enterprise in gross sales/promoting,” the marketing campaign reads. “He was admired for tenacity and a relentless drive to beat the challenges earlier than him.”

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