8 лет назад

Bam Margeras Reaction to Ryan Dunns death

Heartbreaking interview shown on Fox News.. Bam Margera visits his best friend, Ryan Dunns, final stop.\r
This is a video of Bam Margeras reaction at the crash site where Ryan Dunns death took place, R.I.P Ryan, you are true legend to many.\r
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Ryan will be greatly missed, but he will forever remain in our hearts.\r
More of Dunns loved ones have since rushed to the reality stars defence, insisting that he was not drunk.\r
Bams mother April Margera says she does not believe Dunn was driving drunk at the time of his death.\r
Margera, who appeared in her sons MTV show Viva La Bam with Dunn, says he was not the type of person to get behind the wheel while drunk.\r
He is going to be missed by everyone, April tearfully told the NBC Today Show.\r
I have yelled at him for lots of things but he was not a big drinker and he was always responsible as far as I know, so I cannot believe he would do that.\r
I am sick because it is a waste, sick because I loved him, sick because he was talented and sick because he is gone.\r
Anger: Meanwhile Dunns co-star Bam Margera has hit out at critic Roger Ebert who accused Dunn of being drunk\r
Meanwhile the passenger killed in Dunns fatal car crash has been identified.\r
Police have confirmed Zachary Hartwell, 30, perished in a fireball car crash in the early hours of yesterday morning.\r
Hartwell, from West Chester, Philadelphia, had been with Dunn at Barnabys and appeared in one of the last photographs to be taken of the daredevil before the accident.\r
The two were drinking with a third unidentified male in a Twitter picture, which was posted hours before the accident.\r
While Hartwell was not a member of the Jackass crew, he is listed as a production assistant on the second Jackass movie.\r
He is also credited on IMDb as a car stunt driver in Bam Margeras film Minghags.\r
He was reportedly a recently married Iraq war veteran\r
Dunn who was famous for his vulgar stunts in the multimillion-dollar TV and movie franchise Jackass, was driving his 2007 Porsche on a highway when it left the road, flipped over a guardrail and crashed into woods before bursting into flames.\r
Speed may have been a factor in the crash, West Goshen Township police said.\r
The force of impact shattered the vehicle into several twisted and blackened pieces, leaving the Porsche 911 GT3 unrecognisable except for a door that was thrown from the crash and not incinerated. A 100-foot-long tyre skid marked where the car left the road.\r
Police said they were able to identify Dunn through his tattoos and hair.\r
Dunn appeared on MTV shows Jackass and Viva La Bam and the three Jackass big-screen adaptations. He also was the star of his own MTV show, Homewrecker, and hosted Proving Ground on the G4 cable network.\r
G4 spokesman Dave Welch said Proving Ground, which premiered on June 11 with the second episode due to air today, was being shelved until the network could discuss its future.\r
Dunns long-time friend and fellow Jackass daredevil Johnny Knoxville tweeted last night: Today I lost my brother Ryan Dunn. My heart goes out to his family and his beloved Angie. RIP Ryan, I love you buddy.\r
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