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Bam Margera Has Predicted Ryan Dunn's Death Years Before Fatal Car Accident

June 23, 2011 (9:26 am) GMT
In an audio clip found on YouTube, Margera, his mother and cast members of 'Viva La Bam' talk about how many cars the 'Jackass' star had crashed because of the way he's been driving.
Bam Margera Has Predicted Ryan Dunn's Death Years Before Fatal Car Accident

apparently has foreshadowed Ryan Dunn's tragic death. Five years before Ryan was killed in a car crash in rural Pennsylvania, the 31-year-old daredevil made the grim prediction with his mother April and the cast members of "Viva La Bam" while recording the DVD commentary for Season 5.

In an audio clip found on YouTube, Bam and April discussed the way Ryan was driving and the car accidents Ryan has been involved in. Having said that Ryan will "never learn his lesson," April warned the others, "I tell you, he's gonna eat it someday in a car accident." When she insisted on it, Bam was quick to point out the obvious, "Well Duh! He's gonna eat it one of these times."

Bam went on to note that Ryan has wrecked six of other people's cars in addition to three of his own. The group continued to discuss how bad Ryan was as a driver and talk about his needs for speed. At one point of the discussion, another cast member chimed in to say, "I have him in the death pool ... for death by vehicle."

Ryan died on early Monday morning after his 2007 Porsche 911 GT3 swerved off the road, collided with a guardrail, crashed in the woods and burst into flames. Initial autopsy results released by the Chester County Coroner's Office on Tuesday revealed that he and his passenger Zachary Hartwell, a production assistant on "", died of accidental blunt-force and thermal trauma.

On Wednesday, the West Goshen Township Police released a toxicology report that revealed Ryan was indeed very drunk before the fatal crash. The "Jackass" star's blood alcohol concentration was at .196 percent, more than twice the legal limit for drivers in Pennsylvania.



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