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‘Deadliest Pick’ deckhand Mahlon Reyes dies at 38: ‘Strongest guy we knew’

Mahlon Reyes, a deckhand on the Discovery Channel’s reality conceal “Deadliest Pick,” has died, per a tributes posted on-line by his family and co-stars. He was 38.

Reyes suffered a heart assault on Saturday, July 26 in his fatherland of Whitefish, Montana, per a submit on a memorial Fb page drag by his most important other, Heather Sullivan.

“When paramedics reached him he was no longer breathing and had no pulse. The medical doctors, nurses and crew at North Valley Effectively being center worked so tough to web him back and after 45 minutes they were ready to web his pulse back,” she wrote.

Reyes was then transferred to the intensive care unit, she said, but “there was too distinguished time without oxygen, inflicting irreversible brain wound.”

“On Sunday night our family together made the toughest different we now grasp ever made and that was to preserve him from existence give a select to,” she wrote.

Reyes died shortly after center of the night on July 27.

“Mahlon’s body was tired and had attach up an exceptional wrestle,” his most important other wrote. “He was the strongest guy we knew.”

The crab fisherman grew to become a fan authorized ever since he started appeared on the reality conceal in 2012. “Deadliest Pick” deckboss Gash McGlashan shared a describe of him and Reyes in the course of no doubt one of their outings.

“This space misses you. RIP Mahlon,” McGlashan wrote on Twitter.

Reyes is survived by his most important other and four adolescents. The family said it is far planning a occasion of existence for August 31, which might maybe had been Reyes’ 39th birthday.

“I couldn’t grasp requested for a nearer traipse or die, husband on this crazy existence,” Sullivan wrote. “My relish we are able to be ample. I obtained this and you are my angel retaining us! Right here’s our original without spoil and ever.”

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