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Skateboarder carrying a pizza with a beer in his pocket falls and DIES in freak accident

Skateboarder carrying a pizza with a beer in his pocket falls and DIES in freak accident caught on camera – as his harrowing last words are revealed

  • CCTV captured a man falling off his skateboard on McKimmie Road in Palmyra
  • He was carrying a pizza with a beer bottle in his pocket that smashed on impact
  • The broken glass severed his femoral artery and he died at the bloody scene
  • Poor lighting and uneven footpath are listed as potential factors in his death

A Perth skateboarder has died in a freak accident after falling from his board with a beer bottle in his pocket.

CCTV footage captured the man tumble while skating on the footpath on McKimmie Road in Palmyra with a pizza in his hand on Friday night.

The man had a glass beer bottle in his pocket, which smashed when he hit the ground and severed his femoral artery.

7News reported bystanders who tried to help the man before paramedics arrived could barely see the pavement through his blood.

CCTV footage captured a man falling off his skateboard (pictured) in Palmyra on Friday night

They said the skateboarder’s last words to paramedics were ‘help me, I’m dying’.

He died at the scene. 

It is not yet known what caused the skater to fall off his board, though poor lighting on McKimmie Road and uneven footpath are potential factors.

City of Melville council rangers put up a sign warning pedestrians to watch their step at the spot where the skateboarder died on Monday.

The skateboarder’s identity has not been revealed as his death is being investigated by police, with the council unable to comment.

Flowers in memory of the skater have been laid at the scene. 

The man was skating along the footpath on McKimmie Road (pictured) with a beer bottle in his pocket when he fell, with the broken glass severing his femoral artery

The man was skating along the footpath on McKimmie Road (pictured) with a beer bottle in his pocket when he fell, with the broken glass severing his femoral artery

Uneven footpath has been listed as a potential factor in the skateboarder's death, with council rangers putting up a sign warning pedestrians to watch their step at the spot where he died on Monday

Uneven footpath has been listed as a potential factor in the skateboarder’s death, with council rangers putting up a sign warning pedestrians to watch their step at the spot where he died on Monday

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