Nikon Ambassador Dale Sharpe Killed in Tragic Roadside Accident at 36

Nikon Ambassador Dale Sharpe Killed in Tragic Roadside Accident at 36

Nikon Ambassador Dale Sharpe Killed in Tragic Roadside Accident at 36

Dale Sharpe, an Australian photographer known for landscape and storm photography, was struck by another vehicle on K-2, northeast of Harper, according to a Kansas Highway Patrol crash report. A second auto tried to swerve out of the way to avoid hitting the stalled vehicle and drove into a ditch.

The post read: 'It's with the deepest regret that we inform our supporters & friends that Dale Sharpe passed away in Kansas in the United States on the 20 June, 2019. The driver, Sharpe, had gotten out of his vehicle after hitting a deer.

He was treated by health care professionals at the scene and in hospital, but died in the early hours of Friday morning.

Officials say the other driver was not injured.

Mr Sharpe, an ambassador for Nikon, began photographing 15 years ago when he started out in real estate photography and moved into portraiture and events.

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Popular Gold Coast photographer Dale Sharpe is being remembered as an inspiration after he was tragically killed in a freak accident in the US. The oncoming 45-year-old driver was unharmed. He is survived by his wife, Karlie Russell, who was his partner in their business DK Photography.

Pinkston was driving south when he saw Sharpe's vehicle, which he perceived at the time to be an oncoming vehicle.

'Dale's vehicle was disabled on the road and he sought safety calling for assistance.

'Dale was loved by many and will be deeply missed.

Shortly after, another vehicle was travelling along the road when it swerved to avoid his vehicle.

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