BBC Reporter Nick Sheridan Drops Dead at 32 during a Run

BBC reporter Nick Sheridan has tragically died after suddenly collapsing while out running.

The award-winning TV host’s death was announced online by the BBC on Thursday morning.

It was first announced that Sheridan had died after a “short illness.”

However, it has been revealed that Sheridan collapsed unexpectedly during a run and was pronounced dead shortly after.

Gary Smith, the BBC’s Head of News and Current Affairs, said in a statement:

“Nick has been a wonderful colleague.

“He was a hugely talented journalist, presenter, and author and one of those rare people who light up the lives of everyone around them.

“Our hearts go out to his parents, to his partner, and to all his family and friends.”

Sheridan’s loved ones, friends, and co-workers have been flooding social media to pay tribute.

His friend and fellow TV host Connor Gillies said:

“A uniquely talented broadcaster, writer, and journalist but above all a throughout decent, funny, thoughtful pal who was great fun.

“An absolute pleasure knowing Nick.

“He thought of everyone before himself.”

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Amy Irons, who hosts BBC Scotland’s news channel, added:

“Absolutely devastated.

“The world has lost one of its brightest human beings and journalism has lost one of the most talented people I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with.

“We are all going to miss you so much Nick.”

Lewis Main, who was helped by Sheridan early in his career, said: “This is so so sad.

“Nick became part of my life during my final stages at university and was a huge help to me before I got my first job at the BBC, for that I am forever grateful.

“My condolences go out to his family and closest friends.”

It has been reported that Sheridan died after suffering a massive brain aneurysm.

Sheridan had reportedly been on a run when he suddenly collapsed from a brain aneurysm.

A brain aneurysm is a type of hemorrhagic stroke, according to Mayo Clinic.

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), strokes are a side effect of Covid mRNA vaccines.

The BBC was one of many organizations that pushed Covid vaccine mandates onto their staff,

Tributes have continued to flood in for Sheridan from his fans, with one sharing:

“Can’t believe what I am reading this morning.

“My thoughts are with all of Nick’s family and friends. Just devastated.”

Another added: “Nick seemed like such an incredible person and talent.

“So sad to hear this shocking news.

“He was taken far too young.”

A third shared: “Devastating news.

“My love goes out to Nick’s family and friends at this horrible time.”

A fourth tribute stated:

“I had the pleasure of meeting Nick a number of years ago and he was so wise beyond his years with a magic sparkle in his eyes and a passion for his job.

“Amazing writer. He’ll be missed.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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