Youtuber morre em acidente de patinete elétrico

Emily Hartridge tinha 35 anos de idade

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Emily Hartridge, conhecida por seus vídeos sobre exercícios físicos e vida saudável, morreu na última sexta-feira, 12, aos 35 anos de idade, após sofrer um acidente de patinete elétrico.

Crédito: Reprodução/InstagramEmily Hartridge tinha 35 anos de idade e era uma das maiores influenciadoras digitais do Reino Unido

A estrela do YouTube colidiu com um caminhão em Londres, na Inglaterra, tornando-se a primeira vítima fatal de uma ocorrência com este tipo de transporte.

Conheça as novas regras para o uso de patinetes elétricos em SP

Segundo o “Independent”, no Reino Unido, é ilegal circular de patinete elétrico em vias públicas – exceto em espaços privados.

No último sábado, 13, foi publicado no perfil de Emily no Instagram uma mensagem que dizia:

“Olá a todos. Esta é uma coisa horrível a se dizer pelo Instagram, mas sabemos que muitos de vocês estavam esperando ver Emily hoje, e esta é a única maneira de contatar todos de uma vez. Emily se envolveu em um acidente ontem [sexta-feira] e faleceu. Todos nós a amamos muito, e ela nunca será esquecida. Ela tocou tantas vidas, que é difícil imaginar as coisas sem ela. Ela era uma pessoa muito especial”.

O obituário do “Guardian” informou que Emily Hartridge ficou conhecida há sete anos, quando publicou vídeos da série “Ten reasons why…”, nos quais falava de um jeito moderno sobre a vida moderna. Ela também apresentava programas de TV, nos quais entrevistou atores como Eddie Redmayne e Hugh Jackman.

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LET ME BE YOUR BRAIN BUDDY 🧠❤️ – The reason I called my women’s mental health meet up ‘Brain Buddies’ is because I think we ALL need a brain buddy 👭 – As I’ve said before human connection when it comes to mental health is so so important 🤚🏽 To share how you feel with someone else who can relate is extremely powerful and immediately reassuring 😌 – I wanted to create a safe space where women could talk about whatever they wanted and feel supported by other women who have gone through similar experiences 👭 – I am so excited about my next meet up I can’t TELL YOU 😆 – DATE: This Saturday July 13th TIME: 2pm LOCATION: Green Park MEETING POINT: If you get off at green park tube there is area where they rent deck chairs, I will be waiting there 💁🏻‍♀️ – Extra note: WOMEN ONLY 👭 – If the weather decides to sh*t on us I will change location☔️ – No need to purchase tickets, just turn up 😁 But of course if you have any questions please DM me 🙏 – Please don’t feel worried about turning up alone, everyone is so lovely and welcoming 🤗 And please don’t worry if you don’t want to talk, you can just sit there and listen 👂 – This is just a chat between a group of girls about anxiety, depression and all things related to mental health 🧠 – I want to start a movement of talking and sharing about what is going on in our brains so I hope you will come and meet lots of new brain buddies ❣ – See you there YEAH? 🙋🏻‍♀️ ________________________________________________ #brainbuddies #mentalhealth #women #mentalhealthawareness #anxiety #depression #mentalhealthmeetup #london #greenpark #recovery #motivation #inspiration #abs #strong #strength #fit #fitness #muscles #strength #happiness #smiling #laughter

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DON’T FORGET TO REMIND YOURSELF HOW FAR YOU HAVE COME 🤚🏽 – I used to not be able to work. I used to not be able to look at people in the eyes. I used to drink to self medicate. I used to google ‘How to cure anxiety’ for HOURS on end in a desperate attempt to find an answer. I used to cry myself to sleep. I used to not be able to be alone. I used to not want to wake up because I just couldn’t face the day ahead. I used to be so disconnected with reality I didn’t know what day it was. I used to tell myself I couldn’t carry on. I used to believe that there was no hope and I would feel how I feel forever. – I no longer do ANY of these things (aside from the occasional glass of red wine after a long day🍷🙋🏻‍♀️) and I think it’s very important to sometimes STOP and remember myself how far I have come 🙏 – Boy has it been a long journey with many ups and downs but I wouldn’t take it back for a second because all of the stuff I USED to do has made me who I am today 😚 – A stronger person. A kinder person. A person who appreciates moments and cherishes memories. A person who has hope 👊🏻 – Never give up because things CAN and WILL change. That I know for sure ❤️ – Pic by my mum who took a while to realise she was just taking selfies of herself but we got there in the end 📸🤣 _____________________________________________ #mentalhealth #anxiety #depression #help #mentalhealthawareness #love #recovery #support #advice #strong #strength #muscles #motivation #beautiful #truth #positivity #positivethinking #body #fit #beautiful #fitnessgirl #boxing #girlswhobox #yoga #yogi #abs #strong

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