Street OutlawsFans are still grieving Ryan Fellows’ death. Ryan Fellows, a stunt driver, was killed in a crash near Las Vegas on Sunday morning as he was filming a new episode. Street Outlaws: The Fastest in America. A GoFundMe fundraiserFellows’ family received nearly $9,000 in donations. Fellows was 41.
Sources told us that Fellows was competing against another driver for the eighth race of nine being filmed for Discovery Channel. TMZ. Fellows drove a Nissan 240z gold and lost control just before the finish. His car rolled and caught on fire. Fellows was not reached by witnesses. Production was stopped for the remainder of the day.
“The Street Outlaws family is heartbroken by the accident that led to the tragic death of Ryan Fellows,”A Discovery spokesperson Tweet Monday. “We extend our deepest sympathy to Ryan’s loved ones as they process this sudden and devastating loss.”
Fellows is survived his wife Liz, and their children Josiah (18, and Olivia (10). Fellows is survived by Liz, his wife and their children Josiah (18 years) and Olivia (10 years). “The family will need help with the next steps of grief and living life after losing the heart and soul of their beautiful family,”You can read the GoFundMe webpage.
Prayers for the family
That’s the rush we take as racers! Praying for the family
— ĴΔƳ✝️🏎🔥🤟💰 (@jph_evans) August 8, 2022
Scroll down to read the reactions of Fellows’ fans.
“Sad that you heard this”
Rip Ryan – my thoughts are with his family 🥲
— Emma Parker (@eparker76) August 8, 2022
“Sad to hear of this. Sympathy goes out to his family and friends,”One fan Tweet.
Prayers for all
Prayers for all
— Kelly Thaxton (@WVKelly67) August 8, 2022
“Dude how sad day man rip Ryan,”One fan wrote: Instagram.
“May he forever race with heaven”
It is so sad.
— Mick Holder (@holder_mick) August 8, 2022
“My sympathy and condolences to all and his family, may he forever race in heaven RIP,”One fan Tweet.
“Sorry to learn the horrible news.”
Sorry to hear the awful news, they’re are crazy/great drivers, but Ryan was the one that made you want to watch him more and more.
— John Taylor (@Jtjohnftaylor) August 8, 2022
This is the second accident in which this vehicle was involved. Street Outlaws stars. In January TMZReports state that JJ Da Bosss and Tricia Da Boss were involved in an accident while filming Street Outlaws: America’s List. They were both driving separate cars at the time of the collision. Tricia was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.
“My condolences for his wife and 2 kids”
The Street OutlawsIn June 2013, the original show launched the franchise. There are now three spinoffs. No Prop Kinds. Fastest in America And Memphis. America’s FastestIt is currently in its third season, and focuses on eight racing teams competing to win a $100,000 prize. Season 3 was a success with fellow competitors. Also, it was in Memphis Season 5. Variety.