Scratch McGlashan, one of the stars of Discovery Channel’s Deadliest Catch, has died at 33 years old.
As per reports, Nick kicked the bucket on Sunday (27 December) in Nashville with the reason for death not yet decided.
As indicated by the Mirror, Nick’s family affirmed the information and the Davidson County Medical Examiner affirmed it to CNN on Monday (28 December).
The program he showed up on additionally honored him, expressing: “Our most profound compassion goes out to Nick’s friends and family during this troublesome time.
“Scratch came from a long queue of crabbers and had a sharp funny bone even in the most troublesome conditions.
“He will be profoundly missed by each one of the individuals who knew him.”
Just as co-stars honoring Nick, his sister additionally went to Twitter, stating: “My sibling scratch died.
“This is the hardest thing I’ve ever needed to experience. If you don’t mind hold your friends and family close.”
She at that point followed up by disclosing that anybody needing to give cash to the family could do as such by sending it to her Venmo or PayPal.
She proceeded to add: “These finances will go straightforwardly to my mother, June, to assist her with anything she needs during this overwhelming time. Find happiness in the hereafter @NickMcglashan.”
In a later tweet, she expressed: “Kindly send all your adoration to my momma June McGlashan. Nobody ought to actually need to encounter the demise of their own kid.
“We’re totally crushed. There will never be in any way similar to Nick.”
Scratch started chipping away at a boat when he was only 13 years of age. Furthermore, as indicated by his memoir on the Discovery Go site, he was ‘a seventh era angler who was raised not a long way from Dutch Harbor on the close by island of Akutan, Alaska.’
Find happiness in the hereafter, Nick.