Three YouTube Stars Die After Falling over Waterfall

Three YouTube Stars Die After Falling over Waterfall

Three YouTube Stars Die After Falling over Waterfall

According to police, three friends were swimming at the top of the waterfall, but then slithole and fell from a height of 30 meters. They fell almost 100 feet.

Travel vlogger Ryker Gamble enjoyed a wide following on social media.

Seven members of the High on Life group appear in the video on their verified YouTube channel as one of them remembered the two men and one woman as the warmest, kindest, most driven, outgoing people that you could ever meet.

Ryker Gamble, 30, Alexey Lyakh, 30 and Megan Scraper, 29, were hiking with friends in Shannon Falls Park, just north of Vancouver, when the accident happened.

Shannon Falls is the third highest waterfall in British Columbia, reaching a height of 1,009 ft.

The three friends were part of the High On Life group that embodies the message of living your best life.

Last year, Ryker Gamble and several other High On Life members were banned from United States federal land for five years, after walking on a sensitive spot near the hot springs in Yellowstone National Park.

'High On Life is the attitude to embrace all of life's opportunities with a positive outlook and energy, ' is the group's Facebook slogan, as the members took their passion into a full-time job and share their adventures to exotic locations.

The group, consisting of Cross, Heuser, Charles Ryker Gamble, Alexey Andriyovych Lyakh, and Justis Cooper Price Brown, were the subject of several investigations by the U.S. National Park Service and the federal Bureau of Land Management.

Rescue teams working on the ground and by helicopter were unable to find and recover the three bodies until Wednesday evening.

Her boyfriend and another hiker jumped in to try to save her but they were all swept over the edge, Willcox said. More people have been injured or killed in hot springs than any other natural feature in Yellowstone.

Any funds left over will be given to the families to cover their travel, accommodation and other expenses, the GoFundMe page says.

Squamish RCMP confirmed the three people who went missing at Shannon Falls on Tuesday have been found dead.

"Unless you have knowledge and the right equipment you should not be up there", she said.

"Positivity and stepping out of your comfort zone means knowing not only you are risking your life but also you are throwing it away for followers????" one person asked under the tearful memorial video.

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