Famous People Who Died While Doing Their Most Beloved Work

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[dropcap]D[/dropcap]eath is inevitable, and what is better dying while doing the thing you love most. Recently we have seen quite a few unfortunate demise of people we really loved. Though it is heart breaking but still we can pacify ourselves with the fact that they died while doing the work they loved most.

Here’s the List:

1. A.P.J. Kalam

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“Missile Man” and children’s favorite, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam died while delivering a lecture at IIM Shillong on 27th of July. A man of dignity who devoted all his life just for the sake of his country is an inspiration for us. Before serving as eleventh President of India, Dr, Kalam was one of the most important people in DRDO and ISRO and gave his efforts in developing missile technology of India.

2. Paul Walker

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Now who doesn’t know him. Paul, American actor was well-known for his movie streak ‘Fast and Furious’. His love for automobiles are quite famous. Apart from being a sports car fanatic he was also a true human. He founded a charity fund named “Reach Out Worldwide”. Paul died in a car collision while he was on  a drive with one of his friend Roger Rodas on 30th November 2013. He was just 40.

3. Steve Irwin

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Not many know him, but people who are interested in wildlife they must be knowing this man of steel. Famous as “The Crocodile Hunter”, Steve was an Australian wildlife expert. He was well-known for television show  named ‘Crocodile Hunter’. He died while shooting a documentary in 2006. A stingray barb thwarted his chest while he was underwater doing his favorite work.

4. Alex Lowe

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Alex was a well-renowned mountaineer. He redefined the art of climbing mountains and was regarded as the finest climber by his peers. He conquered many peaks including in Asia, Antarctica, and North America. He died while climbing Himalayas. When he was leaving Shishapangma, world’s 14th highest peak he was caught in an avalanche and lost his life.

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