This is not a drill.
This is a story about the skateboarders that have died of dementia.
Here’s a look at the skaters who are most likely in the hospital right now.
There are some skaters that are more likely to be in the intensive care unit (ICU).
This skateboarding legend was found dead of a heart attack at the age of 50 on June 6, 2018.
Skateboarder David Crouch died of a cerebral hemorrhage while surfing in New Zealand.
He had just been in a surfing contest in New South Wales and was surfing his way through the waves.
He was surfing on a surfboard, not a skateboard, and he fell into the surf, hitting his head on the side of the board.
He was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead.
In this image taken on June 20, 2018, David Crouches head is seen on the right.
A skateboard rider who died of an acute coronary syndrome.
Skateboarders can be at any point in their lives when they need to go to the ICU, but the majority of skateboard deaths are due to cardiac arrest.
A skateboard driver has a heart condition that can lead to sudden death.
In the United Kingdom, a British man was rushed to hospital after he died on June 10, 2018 after being rushed to the emergency department and then being rushed into surgery for chest pains.
He died a few hours later, and it has not been confirmed whether he had any drugs in his system.
The skateboard legend Michael O’Reilly had his brain surgery in August 2018.
The legend Billy Kwan had a brain operation in July 2018.