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YouTube Star Corey La Barry Has Been Killed By Car Crash

YouTube Star Corey La Barry

YouTube Star Corey La Barry:


YouTuber star Corey La Barry ‘Kali Master’ star Daniel Silva has died in a car accident involving and fans and colleagues are mourning online.

YouTube star Corey La Barry has died, as reported by TMZ and linked to social media posts by his brother and his mother.

"Ink Master" star Daniel Silva was also involved in the crash, the report said. A representative of the Los Angeles Police Department told Insider that an accident occurred at 9:39 a.m.

Sunday. On Houston Street and Carpenter Avenue, the driver and passenger were transported to a local hospital for local treatment.

The passenger died of his injuries and the driver is being treated and will be charged with murder, the correspondent said.

Detectives from the Valley Traffic Department of the Los Angeles Police Department later confirmed to BuzzFeed News that Silva was driving at the time of the accident.

Police told BuzzFeed News that Silva "lost control" of the car on Houston Street after being hit by a stop sign and hit by a tree "due to high speed.

Police have not confirmed the name of the dead passenger, or whether Silva was drinking. Buenaventura told BuzzFeed News that Silva was still receiving treatment and would be arrested once he was released.

Driving friend," La Barry's brother said on Instagram. Dr Wrote. "It was the hardest job for me. I don't want to do this job without you. I miss you so much.

It's still not right. I can always want you to be the best big brother. Thank you. I love you so much. Without you. Silva did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Insider.

Crawford was part of a YouTube partnership with Collins that La Barry, Corey and Crawford released the video under the channel, which has about 104,000 subscribers. His personal YouTube channel has about 338,000 subscribers.

Following the report of La Berry's death, other YouTubers and fans on social media have expressed their grief and sympathy.

His colleague Elijah Daniel, who took part in "Reality House," tweeted, "I don't even know what to say.

"Corey" was also trending at number one in the United States on Monday, sharing messages of support from friends, fans and comrades YouTubers.


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