Tyre Sampson Last Words: What did he say? The last words of the 14-year-old rising middle school football star before his death.
Tyre Sampson was a Missouri boy who passed away at the age of 14.
He died due to the accident that occurred last night at an amusement park that is located at the highest point of that of the Statue of Liberty along a busy street in the middle of Orlando’s tourist zone.
Tyre Sampson Last Words
Tyre urged his friends, who were close behind him, to inform his parents that he loved them as per Yarnell Sampson.
“Tell my mom and daddy I love them.” These are the heartbreaking last words uttered by Tyre Sampson before he passed away.
The accident occurred around 11:00 pm while the victim was enjoying a holiday together with family members and other friends. His family was watching him fall off the swing, as they were not able to help him.
His father, Yarnell, has said that it’s like his world has come to an end.
Yarnell told the story of how his son started to be concerned as his son was worried when the Free Fall ride in Orlando began to lift off on Thursday, and he noticed his restraining bar shifting, as per reports.
“That’s when he began freaking out,” Yarnell continued. ‘I don’t know dude if I don’t get it down safely, can you just tell my mamma and daddy that I love them,’ he was expressing to his companions next to him.
“He must have felt something to say something like that.” His son died after falling 400 feet from ICON Park in Orlando, Florida’s largest drop coast.
Other attractions refused to let him ride because he was too huge, according to Yarnell, but the Free Fall operators did.
“This specific ride decided, ‘Yes, we can take you, hop on,’ while no one else would let him on the ride,” he continued.