Emily Hartridge muere TERRIBLEMENTE al conducir una patineta eléctrica

La famosa youtuber británica Emily Hartridge, quien también es conocida como  entrenadora personal y presentadora de televisión, murió al sufrir un supuesto  accidente con un scooter eléctrico (patineta).

Emily Hartridge tenía  35 años y su muerte fue confirmada el sábado por la tarde por alguien en su cuenta de Instagram, que compartió el mensaje con el mundo y sorprendió a todos los seguidores de Hartridge, el mensaje decía así:

“Hola a todos. Esto es algo horrible que decir sobre Instagram, pero sabemos que muchos de ustedes esperaban ver a Emily hoy y esta es la única forma de contactarlos a la vez. Emily estuvo involucrada en un accidente ayer y falleció. Todos la queríamos en pedazos y nunca la olvidaremos. Ella ha tocado tantas vidas que es difícil imaginar cosas sin ella. Ella era una persona muy especial xxx”.

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MY BREAKDOWN SAVED ME 🙏 • This seems to happen to many people who have had breakdowns or have been through something traumatic. And it’s so crazy that going through something so dark and horrific can lead to such amazing things 🙋🏻‍♀️ • When I had my nervous breakdown, it was largely to do with the fact I didn’t have a f*cking clue what I was doing in life. I was just floating around with no purpose & no direction. Suddenly my anxiety was out of control, I lost all ability to rationalise with my thoughts and I completely spiralled out of control. Not eating, not sleeping, not able to work, not able to look at people, anxiety was all I thought about every waking moment. It was utter hell 😰 • They say it’s always gets darker before the dawn and that quote is so true. I got to a point where I was forced to look at myself and my life. Why was I not happy? What do I need to change? What actions do I need to take? What do I want from my life? None of these questions are easy and it can be incredibly painful working through it all but I had no choice 🤚🏽 It was either sink or swim and I sure as hell was NOT going to sink 👊🏻 • The biggest factor that changed my life was honestly fitness. I had finally found my ‘thing’, which gave me purpose and opened up a whole new world that I didn’t know existed 😁 • I saw changes in my mind, I saw changes in my body and I made all these amazing new friends who thought just like me and who shared a passion for exercise and healthy living 🏋️‍♀️ • Without my breakdown I would never have found fitness and for that I am eternally grateful. My life has changed beyond recognition and I did it all by myself. Whatever else happens to me in my life, getting through all that will always be my biggest achievement 🤗 • I SURVIVED AND SO CAN YOU ❤️ • Pic by @jacob_hazell 📸 ____________________________________________

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El  Servicio de Policía Metropolitana de Londres publicó detalles el viernes por la noche de un incidente que involucró a una mujer en un scooter eléctrico y un camión, que aparentemente colisionó en una intersección en el área metropolitana, según el medio  The Guardian.

“La policía fue llamada a las 08:36 horas del viernes 12 de julio a los informes de un scooter eléctrico en colisión con un camión en Queenstown Road, cruce con Battersea Park Road SW8. Oficiales y servicio de ambulancias de Londres asistieron. Una mujer de unos 30 años había sufrido lesiones graves y fue tristemente declarada muerta en el lugar “.

Este hecho fue totalmente histórico, pues es la primera colisión fatal que involucra una patineta eléctrica en Gran Bretaña y que ha dado la vuelta al mundo.

En cuanto a Hartridge, ella  había estado en YouTube durante años y desde entonces había hecho la transición hacia una carrera en crecimiento como presentador de televisión en Gran Bretaña.

Muchos colegas creadores y YouTubers que la conocieron han lamentado su terrible accidente  e incluso aquellos que amaban su trabajo y su pasión desde lejos, pues tenía un poblado club de fans. 

Cabe destacar que Emily Hartridge  compartió su última imagen el viernes, que debatía qué debía ser femenino o masculino con una imagen en la que acompañó con el mensaje: “Emily, ¿eres un hombre? Alguien me envió un mensaje en Instagram la semana pasada y no me molesta”.

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‘EMILY, ARE YOU A MAN?’ 💪🏻🙄 • Someone messaged me this on Instagram last week and it doesn’t upset me ❌ I just think it’s LAUGHABLE 🤣 • This is 2019, how are some of us still stuck in the 1800s 🤦🏻‍♀️ • I don’t believe there are such things as ‘Manly’ or ‘feminine’, what a crock of 💩 • Those terms were merely created by society years ago and much like sheep, we have all followed these rules for centuries 🙄 • Men go to work. Women stay home and cook. Men bring in the money. Women look after the children. Men are the bosses. Women are the assistants. Men drink the drinks. Women bring them the drinks. Men play sports. Women watch. Men drive the cars, women sit in the passenger seat. Men have muscles. Women need to stay thin…….BORE OFF MATE 🤚🏽 • We as women have come so far but there are STILL some men around who just can’t handle what strong ass mother f*ckers we have become 🤟🏼 • Just so you know, all those comments do is make us want to look stronger and be stronger 💪🏻 • I have never adhered to societal norms and I am certainly not going to start now 🙅🏻‍♀️ • Whenever I get comments like this, I just think how sad that you are constantly scrolling on your computer or phone looking for someone to upset whilst we are out in the REAL WORLD living our lives 😁 • Now can someone please pass me a dumbbell? And make it a heavy one 🏋️‍♂️ ________________________________________________ #strong #strength #muscles #motivation #abs #lean #goals #female #empowerment #femaleempowerment #truth #positivity #positivethinking #body #fit #beautiful #fitnessgirl #boxing #girlswhobox #yoga #yogi

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FEAR AROUND MEN & RELATIONSHIPS 💔 – For those of us that suffer from mental health issues know the feeling of ‘fear’ all too well and really that‘s what anxiety is…..FEAR 😨 • Some might be similar and some might be exactly the same as others but if your anxiety or depression has got so severe then you have let fear completely take over. Fear is in the driving seat and all irrational thinking goes out the window 🤚🏽 • I have briefly mentioned this before but I have a HUGE fear around men and relationships. I guess when you have had so many failed relationships that it’s the natural outcome but throw severe anxiety into the mix and you have a huge clusterfuck right there 🤯 • Meeting @jacob_hazell totally took me by surprise and to be honest I had accepted that I was going to be alone forever and had made my peace with it 🙏 • I’ll be honest, I was f*cking terrified 😱Terrified of having my heart broken again 😱Terrified of losing my identity again 😱 Terrified of falling back into my old co dependant ways 😱 • I felt totally out of my depth and my anxiety had removed all my rational thinking. It was a head versus heart situation and I was very much ignoring my heart😳 • So I went to see a relationship therapist and it was literally the best decision I have ever made. She was able to help me navigate my fears and rationalise the ridiculous ones. I thought I could figure it out alone but I was drowning and I had so much fear around losing Jake because of my inability to rationalise my fears 😥 • Fast forward 5 months and I have never been happier 😊 Turns out I am not a co dependant person at all 🙅🏻‍♀️ When you meet the right person and you know they are never going to leave you, turns out I am f*cking relaxed and happy doing my own thing 😊 • My anxiety almost ruined what is the most amazing relationship I have ever had and honestly it was because I sought help for it. My therapist helped me understand that it was my fear of being broken hearted again that was holding me back and why I was protecting myself 🙌🏼 • We all have fears but NEVER let them get in the way of what you REALLY want ❤️ • @georgiespurling 📸

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