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22-Year-Old Influencer Dies in Motorbike Accident and Her Husband Has Been Hospitalized: Reports

Julia Hennessy Cayuela

Julia Hennessy Cayuela

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A Brazilian influencer traveling the country by motorcycle was killed in a crash that also injured her husband, according to local outlets.

Júlia Hennessy Cayuela, 22, died in a motorcycle accident in the city of São José dos Pinhais on Thursday, Brazilian newspaper O Tempo reported.

Her final post to Instagram, where she regularly shared life updates to 332,000 followers, featured a photo of her and her husband Daniel Cayuela wearing matching motorcycle helmets and jackets while posing in the town of Capão Bonito.

“Life is short, let’s be crazy. Me, you, God and the road! Your dreams are mine too,” she captioned the post.

The couple was on a motorcycle trip through the mountains of southern Brazil when their vehicle was struck by a truck moving lanes, according to local outlet G1.

Cayuela was airlifted to a local hospital, where she

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Daredevil motorbike rider Alex Harvill dies during world-record jump practice

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Photograph: Facebook

An experienced motorcycle stunt rider was killed in Washington state as he practiced for an attempt at a world record jump.

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Alex Harvill crashed into a dirt berm during a warm-up jump at the Moses Lake airshow on Thursday. The 28-year-old was thrown from the bike and taken to hospital, where he died.

In a statement, the Grant county sheriff Tom Jones said an autopsy would be performed on Friday.

“Our deepest sympathies go out to Alex’s family, friends and loved ones,” Jones said.

Video of the crash posted to YouTube was taken down on Friday, although the images remained on several local news stations’ websites. The site for the weekend airshow at Grant county international airport was still advertising details of the record attempt.

Harvill, who was married with two young sons, was already

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Coroner IDs Bibb man killed in Broadway motorbike wreck

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Tyrone Glover, 45, who died early Sunday in a motorcycle wreck on Broadway in Macon.

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Tyrone Glover had in recent years fallen in love with motorcycling.

Whenever the Black Sabbath motorcycle club, which he was vice president of, hosted or participated in a ride, off Glover would go on his Harley-Davidson.

“He loved that Harley,” his sister, Letsha Farrar, said. “ When he joined the bike club, he was a part of something. It was a part of his life. He was so dedicated to it. … Within a year, he had moved up and become vice president. He wanted to get all those (ride) patches, … every patch he could get.”

Farrar said that Glover, 45, her only sibling, had been on a late-night ride with friends from his biking club in wee hours of Sunday morning.

Bibb County sheriff’s officials have said that Glover and two other

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Glam motorbike rider’s photo goes viral

A GLAMOROUS female motorbike rider stunned fans after she was unmasked as a 50-year-old man, with people calling him the ‘ultimate catfish’. 

The stunning biker built up a fan base of thousands of people, after regularly sharing sultry snaps posing with her powerful bike on her Twitter page, zusagakuyuki

A Japanese female biker built up a following on social media after sharing sultry snaps online

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A Japanese female biker built up a following on social media after sharing sultry snaps onlineCredit: Twitter/@azusagakuyuki

The Japanese rider uploaded photos of herself clad in leather motorcycle jackets, posing with her Yamaha, and even shared snaps from the bath and her bedroom. 

But her 18,000 followers began to notice little clues in her photos which didn’t add up, including reflections which didn’t match her youthful appearance. 

While her arms appeared much more masculine and hairier than expected, the Mail reported. 

With questions circulating about her true identity, a Japanese TV show tracked down the biker, and caught

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