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YouTuber Emily Hartridge’s Cause Of Death Revealed

YouTuber, Emily Hartridge, tragically passed away aged just 35 over a year ago.

Now, 14 months later, Hartridge’s cause of death has officially been confirmed.

Hartridge, who worked on television also, was killed in an e-scooter crash lost control due to an underinflated tyre, a coroner has concluded.

The 35-year-old died instantly from multiple traumatic injuries when she was thrown under a lorry in Battersea.

Dr Fiona Wilcox added that the scooter was being ‘unsuitably driven, too fast’, adding that a lack of air in the tire led to her death.

It is believed that she is the first ever person killed using an e-scooter in the UK.

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LET ME BE YOUR BRAIN BUDDY 🧠❤️ – The reason I called my women’s mental health meet up ‘Brain Buddies’ is because I think we ALL need a brain buddy 👭 – As I’ve said before human connection when it comes to mental health is so so important 🤚🏽 To share how you feel with someone else who can relate is extremely powerful and immediately reassuring 😌 – I wanted to create a safe space where women could talk about whatever they wanted and feel supported by other women who have gone through similar experiences 👭 – I am so excited about my next meet up I can’t TELL YOU 😆 – DATE: This Saturday July 13th TIME: 2pm LOCATION: Green Park MEETING POINT: If you get off at green park tube there is area where they rent deck chairs, I will be waiting there 💁🏻‍♀️ – Extra note: WOMEN ONLY 👭 – If the weather decides to sh*t on us I will change location☔️ – No need to purchase tickets, just turn up 😁 But of course if you have any questions please DM me 🙏 – Please don’t feel worried about turning up alone, everyone is so lovely and welcoming 🤗 And please don’t worry if you don’t want to talk, you can just sit there and listen 👂 – This is just a chat between a group of girls about anxiety, depression and all things related to mental health 🧠 – I want to start a movement of talking and sharing about what is going on in our brains so I hope you will come and meet lots of new brain buddies ❣ – See you there YEAH? 🙋🏻‍♀️ ________________________________________________ #brainbuddies #mentalhealth #women #mentalhealthawareness #anxiety #depression #mentalhealthmeetup #london #greenpark #recovery #motivation #inspiration #abs #strong #strength #fit #fitness #muscles #strength #happiness #smiling #laughter

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She was on her way to a fertility clinic when she died near Queenstown Road roundabout on 12 July 2019.

Senior coroner Dr Wilcox wrote:

Ms Hartridge was riding an electric scooter on Queenstown Road when she lost control after passing over an inspector hatch in the cycle lane and was thrown under the path of an HGV.

She died instantly of injuries sustained by the HGV driving over her.

The scooter was being unsuitably driven, too fast and with an underinflated tyre and this caused the loss of control and her death.

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NEXT ‘BRAIN BUDDIES’ MEET UP 🥰🙋🏻‍♀️ – As you guys know I have called my women’s mental health meet up ‘Brain Buddies’ because I think we all need a brain buddy so I hope by coming to my monthly meet ups you will find a whole new gang of Brain buddies that will listen to you, support you and be there whenever you need them 🤗 – My first meet up was absolutely incredible 🙌🏼 I have done a fair bit in my life but that day was one of my proudest moments to date 🙋🏻‍♀️ – We shared stories, we cried, we laughed and above all, we were THERE for each other and that can be life changing in itself 👊🏻 – So the next ‘Brain Buddies’ meet up: DATE: Saturday July 13th TIME: 2pm LOCATION: Green Park MEETING POINT: If you get off at green park tube there is area where they rent deck chairs, I will be waiting there 💁🏻‍♀️ – If the weather decides to sh*t on us I will change location☔️ – No need to purchase tickets, just turn up 😁 But of course if you have any questions please DM me 🙏 – This is a WOMEN ONLY event, sorry guys 😨 But there is a wonderful organisation called @humenorg who hold a male only mental health up on Monday evenings 👍 – If you don’t want to talk at the event there is ABSOLUTELY no pressure to. You can just sit there and listen if you prefer 🙂 – I cannot wait for it and I really hope to see some of you there. I just want a create a safe space for women to talk about mental health and to be comforted in the fact that whatever they are going through, they are NOT alone ❤️ – Pic by @jacob_hazell 📸 ______________________________________________ #brainbuddies #mentalhealth #women #mentalhealthawareness #anxiety #depression #mentalhealthmeetup #london #batterseapark #recovery #motivation #inspiration #abs #strong #strength #fit #fitness #muscles #strength #happiness #smiling #laughter

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Her boyfriend, Jake Hazell, bought her the electric scooter as a birthday present. Speaking in February of this year, he said he regretted buying her the gift and that he is constantly reminded of her death as he sees them on roads all the time.

Rest in peace.

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