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JACKIE CHAN PASSED AWAY















The famous actor Jackie Chan died of a heart attack this morning.

The historic actor, who made a name for himself for his incredible performance in 1995 Rumble in the Bronx. His enormous charisma always gave him the opportunity to develop his career as a singer, stuntman, writer, film director and producer. The brilliant career of the most famous Chinese ended this morning by a heart attack in a Hong Kong Hospital.
The medical reports indicate that he suffered a fulminate heart attack, which paralyzed his heart making it impossible for the blood to reach his brain, and other vital organs, that caused the death of this humanitarian man, who years before was named philanthropist of the year for his country.

The sad news of Chans’s death was given by his wife Lin Feng-jiao in a news conference, a couple of hours ago, where she said to the media, “I hope you can understand my loss, and I would appreciate if you can give us space for our mourning”.



Until now, funeral's details are uncertain, nevertheless, the body of Jackie Chan will be buried next to his parents, who taught him the meaning of love for his family.

R.I.P. JACKIE CHAN

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