Chase stokes reacts after his double dies in a hit and run

Chase Stokes

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Mourning the loss on the social media platforms, Chase Stokes talks about his double in the Series Outerbank on Netflix

Using his Instagram stories, Chase Stokes mourned the loss of his stand-in Alexander Jennings who recently passed away in a hit and run case.

He went on to write that he was still in the process of understanding why certain things happen, and why is the working of the world the way it is.

He also talked about Alex was so young and his life had barely started he was a lover of art and music, he said how Alexander was always trying to bring warmth to other people and was very selfless.

He said he wanted to write a lot more, but how the pain is making it a struggle for him. Stokes kept his eye on the promising career of the young Alexander and was looking forward to seeing him go places, and how they shared a close bond.

The Kimmie Stewart casting also expressed their grief about the tragedy that happened with Alexander, they said that his kind nature and easy smile will be missed dearly.


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The Hit and Run case of Alexander Jennings

Lovingly known as AJ, the body double for Chase Stokes was just 22 years old when he met with an accident that involved two cars, it is said that Alexander was crushed under the cars while he was strolling on Sol Leagre Road on James Island.

AJ was immediately rushed to the Medical University of South Carolina where he lost the battle against his wounds, one of the drivers has been caught while the others is still at large.


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