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Lunes 15 julio de 2019 | Publicado a las 12:20
A los 35 años muere la youtuber Emily Hartridge tras sufrir un accidente en un scooter eléctrico
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La tarde del viernes una youtuber inglesa murió tras sufrir un accidente mientras se desplazaba en un scooter eléctrico.

Se trata de Emily Hartridge, quien en su canal de YouTube compartía junto a sus 340 mil seguidores mensajes relacionados a la vida, sexo, relaciones y el amor.

Según recoge el medio The Huffington Post, Hartridge -de 35 años- perdió la vida en el barrio londinense de Battersea luego de colisionar con un camión.

A través de su cuenta en Instagram su familia publicó un comunicado en el que confirmaron la lamentable noticia.

“Hola a todos. Es terrible tener que decir esto en Instagram, pero sabemos que muchos estaban esperando poder ver a Emily hoy y esta es la única vía para contactar con todos a la vez”, indicaron.

“Emily sufrió ayer un accidente y ha fallecido. Todos la amábamos y nunca será olvidada. Ella tocó tantas vidas que es difícil imaginar las cosas sin ella. Era una persona muy especial”, agregaron.

Luego de alcanzar el éxito en YouTube, en 2016 comenzó a conducir el programa Oh, s**t I’m 30′ (Oh mierda, tengo 30) de Channel 4.

La Policía Metropolitana de Londres reportó en un comunicado que una mujer “de unos 30 años” había muerto debido al choque entre un scooter eléctrico y un camión. La familia había decidido no hacer público su nombre en aquel momento.

A través de la cuenta en Twitter de Youtuber Creators, la plataforma de videos señaló: “Estamos profundamente entristecidos por conocer la trágica pérdida de una creadora británica verdaderamente talentosa, Emily Hartridge. Nuestros pensamientos y condolencias se extienden a todos sus seres queridos y fanáticos”.

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BRAIN BUDDIES – THIS SATURDAY, BATTERSEA PARK, 2PM 🧠🤝 – My monthly women’s mental health meet up is going to be aptly named ‘Brain Buddies’ 🙌🏼 – As my gorgeous friend @roxanne_emery said, human connection is essential when dealing with mental health🤚🏽I would honestly never have recovered (I say ‘recovered’, I still have bad days, I just don’t care anymore and that is recovery to me 💁🏻‍♀️) without interaction with others who also suffered 👊🏻 – How do you know things can get better without other people’s stories? How can you make sense of what is going on without knowing others been through exactly the same thing as you? 👏🏻 – I really hope ‘Brain Buddies’ helps you as much as it would have helped me years ago 🥰 – We have AA, NA, CA……and considering 1 in 4 of us suffer from mental health issues, I find it crazy how mental health meet ups aren’t happening on a worldwide scale? 🌍 – I am nervous about this new venture but also extremely excited to hopefully change the way mental health is viewed 😃 It MUST be acknowledged and it MUST be talked about 🙏 – Date: Saturday 15th June Location: Battersea Park (meeting point: Go Ape) Time: 2pm No need to buy ticket, just turn up 😁 WOMEN ONLY 👩🏼👩🏾👩🏽👩🏿👩🏻 – Please DM me or comment below if you’re coming 👇🏼 Unless I already know you are 😊 – And if you can’t make this one don’t worry, there will be one every month from now on 👌 – We all need a brain buddy, so come on Saturday if you can and meet a whole load of new Brain Buddies ❤️ ___________________________ #brainbuddies #mentalhealthmeetup #mentalhealth #meetup #london #anxiety #depression #recovery #help #advice #smiling #beautiful #emilyhart #emilyhartridge #love #selflove #mentalhealthawareness

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REMINDER: WOMENS MENTAL HEALTH MEET UP 🥰 • Just a small (well no f*cking HUGE) reminder that this Saturday I am holding my first women’s mental health meet up in Battersea Park at 2pm 🙌🏼 • I feel there is a huge need in our society for those with mental health issues to never feel alone and I know that some people aren’t as lucky as me to have so many people in their lives to talk to about what they are going through 😰 • So instead of messaging individuals on here I thought it would be a great idea for us all to get together and have an honest in-depth chat about all things mental health 🤯 • Because us nutters need to stick together right? 😁 • This will be a women’s only event to start with just so everyone feels as comfortable as possible 👭 • Location: Battersea Park Date: 15th June Time: 2pm Meeting point: Go Ape (it was meant to be the peace pagoda because some chumps are already holding an event there 🙄) • Please DM me or comment below if you are attending so I know the amount of people to expect 👊🏻 • Mainly to avoid me waiting there alone Incase no one shows up 🤣 • This new venture is very important to me because I know it would have hugely helped me when I was struggling so I really hope they help you too 🥰 • Just being around like minded people can be enough of a comfort so don’t feel pressured to talk if you don’t want to. I just hope by me talking about my struggles and how I overcame them will give you the motivation to keep going and above all to remind you that things always change ❤️ • @jacob_hazell 📸 Wearing @sweatybetty 🤸🏻‍♂️ ______________________________________________ #mentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness #anxiety #depression #mentalhealthmeetup #london #batterseapark #recovery #motivation #inspiration #abs #strong #strength #fit #fitness #muscles #strength #happiness #smiling #laughter

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THERE IS NOTHING SCARIER THAN YOUR OWN MIND 🤯 – I am someone who I think people would view as fairly fearless 💁🏻‍♀️ – I drive like a maniac 🚘 I LOVE rollercoasters and horror movies 😱 I love to jump out of planes ✈️ I’ve swum with sharks 🦈 • I just don’t really have many fears but this is definitely not how it has always been ✋🏼 • For example I used to have a huge phobia of flying. Like HUGE 🙋🏻‍♀️ I would freak out on every flight and pretty much resided myself to the fact that that was how I was going to die ⚰️ • Then what happened was that I totally lost my mind for a few years. I was scared of everything and everyone. I didn’t know who I was anymore and I became a complete slave to anxiety 😰 • To put it bluntly I had lost my mind 🙁 • Then after my recovery process begun I started to realise that actually I probably wasn’t going to die on a plane because the stats generally speaking are in my favour 💁🏻‍♀️ Horror movies are MOVIES Emily so why are you being such a pussy? 🙄 • My breakdown put so much stuff into perspective for me but the main thing it did was totally remove my fears of pretty much everything 🙌🏼 I was no longer afraid of things I was before and I became a totally new person 😄 • Because the reality is guys, is that nothing, and I mean NOTHING is scarier in life than your own mind 🧠 Especially when you have a mind that was running a zillion miles an hour and one that was making your life smaller and smaller by the minute 😦 • To be honest it was a wake up call I really needed because it has totally made me who I am today. And who I believe I am today is someone that is very honest, very brave and above all, someone who is no longer living life in fear 🙏 • Can anyone else who has gone through something similar relate to this? 💪🏻 • @georgiespurling 📸

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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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