‘Swamp People’ Star Randy Edwards Dies At Age of 35

Swamp People star Randy Edwards has passed away at the age of 35 from a fatal car crash. The Facebook fan page for Junior and Willie Edwards shared the information today with followers. Randy was the son of Junior and Theresa Edwards. He was also Willie’s brother. It says that Ronnie was the one posting for them. He will be greatly missed by his family and the fans.

Swamp People:  Randy Edwards Dies At Age of 35

Randy Edwards of Swamp People died in a car crash. The crash happened on Saturday morning according to a report from the Louisiana State Police. They started investigating the crash around 3 a.m. It happened on LA 75 south of LA 3066 in Iberville Parish.

Sadly, the Swamp People star was found dead at the scene of the accident after being ejected from his vehicle. The report states that Randy Edwards was trying to make a left turn when it didn’t go as planned. Instead, he ended up traveling off of the right side of the road. The truck he was driving hit a utility pole, flipped over and Randy Edwards was ejected from the vehicle. He was not wearing his seatbelt at the time of the crash.

What caused this Swamp People star to wreck?

The wreck happened when Randy Edwards didn’t make the corner, but the troopers suspect that impairment was a factor in the crash. They will do a toxicology report and find out for sure. At this time, they do not know if this is what caused Randy Edwards to crash. Hopefully, updates will come out about the cause of this accident that took the life of the reality star. The family may decide to share or they may keep them to themselves. They did not give the details of the crash, but instead, these were reported by local news sites.

Fans are Very Supportive

The Swamp People fans have been very supportive. They are sharing on the Facebook post and sending their condolences to the family. If you miss the show, you can always catch old episodes playing on Discovery. Randy was seen on the show more than one season but was actually one of the people on the very first season of this hit show. He loved making a living off of the land.

Swamp People has been canceled before, but the fans fought and this show came back again. You never know what will happen next, but this show does have a huge fanbase who wants to continue to see new seasons of it. They still continue to keep up with the past cast members on social networks. Hopefully, Discovery will announce a new season soon.

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