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Joel Taylor, Star Of Discovery Channel’s ‘Storm Chasers,’ Dead At 38

Joel Taylor, the starring of Discovery Channel’s “Storm Chasers, ” has died at age 38, according to friends and associates.

“I am outraged and absolutely devastated by the loss of my incredible, attending love, ” “Storm Chasers” co-star Reed Timmer wrote on Twitter.

The Team Western OK Chaser Facebook page in Taylor’s native Oklahoma mourned his tos. It called him an “inspiration.” “He didn’t chase for the beauty he shot because he had a true-blue rage for squalls, ” the verse said. “In the last few years he’d load up with his papa and run pursue and not even take a camera.”

A cause of death had yet to be determined, according to the entry.

Taylor, who studied meteorology at the University of Oklahoma, participated “Storm Chasers” in 2008, moving twisters up open behind the pedal in Tornado Alley with Timmer, a college buddy who led the show’s crew from TornadoVideos.Net( TVN ).

According to Discovery’s bio on Taylor, the two had a professional falling-out over their “scientific mission” at some stage. Taylor quit the team to pursue real estate and then recalled again to serve as Timmer’s wheelman. The reveal was canceled in 2012.

Taylor was born in Elk City, Oklahoma, and was living in Norman, Oklahoma, his condolence-filled Facebook sheet noted.

On January 15 he joyously announced, “My firstly niece arrived this morning! ”

The Discovery Channel did not immediately respond to a HuffPost is asking for comment.

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