“I feel like my heart is breaking.” A reality TV personality died in a horrible automobile accident.

His heartbroken girlfriend tells him that a drag racer who appeared on a popular reality TV show died in a horrifying car accident.

Nathan Schaldach, who plays Cali Nate in the Discovery series Street Outlaws, crashed on a Saturday night in southwest Texas.

In a tragic Facebook post, his partner Courtney Paulshock confirmed his passing and called him as her “soul mate.”

“I’m not complete.” She tweeted, “I’m shocked,” on Sunday.

“My heart feels like it’s breaking.”

This happened while Schaldach was racing near Eagle Pass, which is about two hours west of San Antonio, according to Paulshock.

His buddies helped him get to the hospital, but they were unable to save his life.

Paulshock stated that she would not discuss the reason of the Schaldach disaster or the circumstances that led up to it.

“Seeing his mom and sister again made him so happy,” his girlfriend remarked.

“He followed his passions outside.”

“It was a true blessing to know the amount of love that Nathan gave me and showed me every day.”

The television show Street Outlaws: Fastest in America, which followed eight drag racing teams as they competed for a $100,000 prize, included Schaldach in its fourth season.

May of last year marked the end of his season.

The current program was inspired by the original Street Outlaws, which had lunatic street racers risking their lives to compete.

Two cars compete in drag racing on a short, straight course in an attempt to cross the finish line.

Professional sports are normally safe, but street racing is so lethal that most countries have forbidden it.

An actor on the show named Ryan Fellows died in a car accident in 2022 while filming Street Outlaws. After that, Schaldach passed away.

During a race in Las Vegas, the driver’s car overturned and caught fire. A representative for Discovery claimed that the loss stunned the organization.

To learn more about Nate’s collision, Texas police have been contacted by The U.S. Sun.

“Don’t ever fall in love again”
Following his untimely death, Schaldach’s friends and admirers shared their sadness and condolences online.

Schaldach’s friend Chris Frank stated that he hardly slept at all following the terrible news.

In a Facebook video, Frank could be heard stating, “Those of you who raced him feared him, and those of you who were friends with him loved him.”

Every race is risky, and we all know that every ride may be our last.

“Nate was among the last true racers who truly understood and loved the sport.”

Paulshock sent Schaldach a parting note in which he made the heartbreaking vow that she would always love him.

He emailed his lover, saying, “Garth told me to tell you I love you very much just in case tomorrow never comes.” This was the driver’s last race ever.

Paulshock captioned a screenshot of the text exchange with the words, “Please wake me up from this nightmare.”

Later that day, she also shared Lady Gaga’s song “I’ll Never Love Again” from the movie A Star Is Born.

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