Fred Hurt Obituary, Death – Dakota Fred Hurt, who was one of the main characters in the Discovery show “Gold Rush: White Water,” lost his battle with brain cancer after a short but courageous fight against the disease. He died away recently. Fred Hurt was considered to be a pivotal figure for the entirety of the play. The news of Dakota Fred’s passing was confirmed in a statement that was issued by his family on Tuesday, and it can now be confirmed that the announcement was made.
It had only been four months since his diagnosis of stage 4 brain cancer had been made public when he left, and he left shortly after the news broke. Just four months remained in his life when he passed away; he had been in failing health for some time. Those who were close to Dakota Fred claim that he “courageously” fought his battle with cancer, and that he died with his family and friends by his side.
The individuals who were close to Dakota Fred have stated that they would remember him as someone who “touched the lives of many people and was loved and supported by many,” whilst the television show “Gold Rush” has observed that “his joy for life and adventure was contagious.” The fact that Dakota Fred began his career in gold mining all those years ago in North Dakota is what led to him being cast as a gold miner in Alaska on the Discovery Channel show ‘Gold Rush,’ which airs on Monday evenings. He makes a cameo appearance, although a brief one, in each of the show’s first four seasons, at some point in time throughout each of those seasons.