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YouTuberka zginęła na hulajnodze elektrycznej. Zderzyła się z tirem

YouTuberka zginęła na hulajnodze elektrycznej. Zderzyła się z tirem

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Emily Hartridge – angielska prezenterka, youtuberka i trenerka personalna - zginęła w tragicznym wypadku w Londynie. Miała zaledwie 35 lat.

Popularna youtuberka jechała na elektrycznej hulajnodze niedaleko swojego domu. Niestety skończyło się to tragicznie – została śmiertelnie potrącona przez ciężarówkę.

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Informację o śmierci 35-latki przekazano za pomocą jej konta na Instagramie.

To straszna rzecz do przekazana na Instagramie, ale wiemy, że wielu z was spodziewało się dziś zobaczyć Emily, a to jedyny sposób, w który możemy do was wszystkich dotrzeć. Emily zginęła w wypadku. Wszyscy ją kochaliśmy i nigdy nie zapomnimy – czytamy na jej profilu.

Jak donoszą The Sun i The Guardian, był to pierwszy w historii śmiertelny wypadek z udziałem hulajnogi elektrycznej w Wielkiej Brytanii. 

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Emily Hartridge – kim była?

Emily Hartridge prowadziła bardzo lubiany na Wyspach kanał w serwisie YouTube. Jej youtube’owy program zatytułowany "10 powodów dlaczego" subskrybowało ponad 340 tysięcy internautów.

Była dziewczyną trenera personalnego, Jacoba Hazella. Ukochany Emily podziękował fanom za wsparcie w tych tragicznych chwilach za pośrednictwem swojego profilu na Instagramie. 
 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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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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DO NOT BE AFRAID TO SHOW YOUR BODY 🙅🏻‍♀️ - I hate all this sh*t that I’ve been reading about how women who are proud of their bodies and show it off means that they aren’t classy, won’t be respected and just want attention 🙄 _ Listen up ladies, you get one body in this life.....ONE 🤚🏽And I don’t give it a f*ck if you are curvy, skinny, athletic, lean, muscular, if you are happy with your body and want to show it off then by god SHOW IT OFF WOMAN 🙌🏼 - A body is just a body. Boobs are just boobs, the quicker we all get over it the better off we will all be ☝🏼 - I have worked bloody hard on my body and I am very proud of it. Just because I am not curvy, that does NOT mean showing off my body means I am arrogant or just want compliments ❌ Bodies come in all shapes and sizes and mine just happens to be naturally lean.....SO SHOOT ME 🙋🏻‍♀️ - Never be afraid to post something for the fear of what others might say. All that matters is how you feel about yourself 👊🏻 - The one thing I will say, is that I do need to seriously start considering sunbathing topless because that tan line is hurting my EYES 🤣 - Pic by @jacob_hazell 📸

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NEXT ‘BRAIN BUDDIES’ MEET UP 🥰🙋🏻‍♀️ - As you guys know I have called my women’s mental health meet up ‘Brain Buddies’ because I think we all need a brain buddy so I hope by coming to my monthly meet ups you will find a whole new gang of Brain buddies that will listen to you, support you and be there whenever you need them 🤗 - My first meet up was absolutely incredible 🙌🏼 I have done a fair bit in my life but that day was one of my proudest moments to date 🙋🏻‍♀️ - We shared stories, we cried, we laughed and above all, we were THERE for each other and that can be life changing in itself 👊🏻 - So the next ‘Brain Buddies’ meet up: DATE: 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 💁🏻‍♀️ - 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 🙏 - This is a WOMEN ONLY event, sorry guys 😨 But there is a wonderful organisation called @humenorg who hold a male only mental health up on Monday evenings 👍 - If you don’t want to talk at the event there is ABSOLUTELY no pressure to. You can just sit there and listen if you prefer 🙂 - I cannot wait for it and I really hope to see some of you there. I just want a create a safe space for women to talk about mental health and to be comforted in the fact that whatever they are going through, they are NOT alone ❤️ - Pic by @jacob_hazell 📸 ______________________________________________ #brainbuddies #mentalhealth #women #mentalhealthawareness #anxiety #depression #mentalhealthmeetup #london #batterseapark #recovery #motivation #inspiration #abs #strong #strength #fit #fitness #muscles #strength #happiness #smiling #laughter

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EVERYTHING WAS AGAINST US 💔 - Between @jacob_hazell and I, we have had 3 nervous breakdowns, a mental health hospital stay, many MANY therapy appointments and more anti anxiety meds than you can shake a stick at 💊 - So really if you think about it, the odds were stacked against us 😬 - I honestly think neither of us thought it would work out because in a perfect world a relationship where you both struggle with mental health issues probably isn’t really a winning combo 🙄 But the reality is NOTHING is perfect and you can’t help you fall for 🥰 - The amazing thing about both of us having anxiety is that we have created a bond like no other because that’s what mental health does, it bonds people together because you instantly understand each other ☺️ - Sure, it comes with its challenges but as long as you communicate and meet each other’s needs when necessary then it can be absolutely wonderful ❣ - Never rule someone out just because they weren’t who you were expecting to fall for ❌ Never think if you have a few teething problems at first that it’s destined for failure ❌ And never compare your relationship to anyone else’s ❌ - There’s no guide or set rules to relationships, we’re all just making it up as we go along 💁🏻‍♀️ - If you can find someone who accepts you for you then that’s a great place to start 🙌🏼 - We will both probably always have anxiety but we will also always have each other and that is an extremely nice feeling ❤️ ___________________________________________

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