Albert Dyrlund, 22-Year-Old YouTube Star, Falls to His Death From Mountain During Video Shoot
Albert Dyrlund, a Danish YouTuber known for his music videos and comedy sketches, died on Wednesday while filming a video in the Italian Alps. He was 22.
Dyrlund's mother Vibe Jørger Jensen confirmed the death of her son to the Danish news agency TV2 on Friday. She said he was shooting a video for his channel in Forcella Pana when he fell 200 meters from a mountain, according to Newsweek. A rescue helicopter was reportedly called to the mountain, but unfortunately it was too late and Dyrlund was pronounced dead at the scene.
"We are in great sadness, but I want his fans to know," Jensen told Newsweek before asking for privacy for his family.
Dyrlund started his channel in 2016, according to his YouTube page, and had over 170,000 subscribers and 233,000 Instagram followers at the time of his death.
According to IMDb, he also starred in the comedy "Team Albert" in 2018. He documented a large part of the production through vlogs on his channel.
His YouTuber colleague Johnni Gade posted a heartfelt tribute to his channel entitled "Rip Albert Dyrlund" in Dyrlund's honor on Friday.
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