TikToker Edgar the Hero Died After Falling From a 21-Meter Cliff During The Filming of The Video


TikToker Edgar Garay tragically died at the age of 27, falling from a 21-meter cliff while trying to shoot a video for a social media app.

On January 30, officials found the body of an Indiana man in deep waters off the Cabo Rojo Lighthouse in Puerto Rico. He was last seen alive at 17:30 on January 29.

Witnesses claim to have seen Edgar “stumble over the edge” and fall to his death while recording the video. Divers from the Puerto Rico Bureau of Emergency Management helped to find the body of a young man.

“We express our most sincere condolences to the family and loved ones of Edgar Garay and pray that they find a way out and strength at this most difficult time,” said Captain Jose E. Diaz, commander of the San Juan Coast Guard Sector.

“We appreciate the efforts of the entire Coast Guard, the Puerto Rico Police and the emergency services of partner agencies, especially the diving unit of the Puerto Rico Bureau of Emergency Management, which was able to find Mr. Garay’s body in such a difficult and difficult environment.”

It was confirmed that Edgar was “knocked out” during the fall, causing him to drown in the water below. Family members also claim that he suffered “serious injuries.”

His brother Carlos later told news outlets that his brother was shooting a video in TikTok at the time of his death, and it was something he “loved to do.”

“My brother has a TikTok account that he liked to upload videos to,” he told WTHR.

“Unfortunately, that’s what he was trying to do when he was closer to the edge than he should have been.

“He was just visiting, so his resting place and his final resting place somewhere miles away is just awful and devastating.”

A GoFundMe page was created to raise funds for the return of his body to Indiana.

Edgar’s death is not TikToker’s first notable death in 2023, as it occurred just days after Randy Gonzalez died at the age of 35.


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