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Mourners Attend Ryan Dunn Memorial

Johnny Knoxville and Bam Margera were among hundreds of mourners who gathered Wednesday to pay respects to Jackass star Ryan Dunn. The private memorial service was held at a West Chester, Pennsylvania funeral home.

Dunn, 34, and his friend Zachary Hartwell died early Monday morning in a car accident on a Pennsylvania highway. Police say Dunn had a blood alcohol level of 0.196 and was speeding between 132 – 140 mph when his Porsche careened off the highway, crashed into trees and burst into flames. Autopsy reports say both Dunn and Hartwell suffered “blunt and thermal trauma.”

Dunn starred on all three seasons of “Jackass” with Knoxville, Margera and Steve O. He also appeared in the three “Jackass” films, the most recent being 2010’s “Jackass 3D.” After MTV canceled “Jackass” in 2002, Dunn and Margera appeared in the spin-off show “Viva La Bam.” Dunn later landed his own show, “Homewrecker.” It was canceled after just one season. Dunn most recently appeared alongside Steve O on “Minute to Win It.

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Ryan Dunn Was Drunk and Speeding Before Crash

Police have determined alcohol and extreme speed caused the fatal car accident that killed Jackass star Ryan Dunn and his friend Zachary Hartwell. Toxicology tests show Dunn had a blood alcohol level of 0.196 and was speeding between 132-140 mph when his Porsche careened off a Pennsylvania highway, crashed into trees and burst into flames. The legal blood alcohol level is 0.08. An autopsy reports says both Dunn, 34, and Hartwell, 30, suffered “blunt and thermal trauma.”
The accident occurred around 3 a.m. Monday on Route 322. Just hours before the car accident Dunn Tweeted a picture of himself drinking with friends at a bar.
Dunn starred on all three seasons of “Jackass” with Johnny Knoxville, Steve O and Bam Margera. He also appeared in the three “Jackass” films, the most recent being 2010’s “Jackass 3D.” After MTV canceled “Jackass” in 2002, Dunn and Margera appeared in the spin-off show “Viva La Bam.” Dunn later landed his own show, “Homewrecker.” It was canceled after just one season. Dunn most recently appeared alongside Steve O on “Minute to Win It.”

‘Jackass’ Star Ryan Dunn Dead At 34

Ryan Dunn, the 34-year-old “Jackass” star, died in a fatal car crash on Sunday night in Pennsylvania, MTV News confirmed Monday (June 20).

According to police, the accident occurred at 3 a.m. on Route 322 and New Street in West Goshen Township. While it’s unknown who was driving at the time, an unidentified passenger also died in the crash. April Margera, the mother of Dunn’s “Jackass” co-star Bam, broke the news to WMMR 93.3’s “Preston and Steve” radio show.

“We’re deeply saddened by the passing of a member of the MTV family, Ryan Dunn,” MTV tweeted on Monday morning. “Our hearts and thoughts are with his friends and family.” Read More>>