Albert Dyrlund Death – Dead: According to neighbourhood reports, a salvage helicopter was called yet couldn’t save 22-year-old Dyrlund, who was articulated dead at the scene.
Dyrlund’s mom, Vibe Jørger Jensen, affirmed to TV2 that her child had fallen 200 meters (656 feet) while shooting a video for his famous YouTube channel.
As indicated by Newsweek reports, the terrible mishap occurred on Mount Seceda, Val Gardena, in the Italian Alps, on Wednesday.
“We are in extraordinary anguish, however I might want his fans to know,” she told the power source.
With 224,000 devotees on Instagram and 168,000 YouTube supporters, Dyrlund was notable for his music recordings and representations. A couple of his hits incorporate the melodies “emoticon,” “Waffles,” “Ulla” and “summer.”
In 2018 he featured in the film Team Albert, a satire about attempting to earn enough to pay the rent from YouTube.
The film proceeded to win the crowd prize at the 2019 Robert grants for Danish movies.