Mr Lyons still vividly remembers the day he lost his friend, who rose to fame on his TV series 'The Crocodile Hunter'. The Irwin family at the Australia Zoo in June 2006: (L-R) Robert, Terri, Steve and Bindi Photo: Australia Zoo via Getty Images Irwin’s last words were 'I’m dying' Click here to view the documentary, "The Irwin Encounters" on the folks who worked with Steve Irwin. Steve Irwin. That was the thing with him," Lyons said. He was just such a kind, genuine, loving guy, always so enthusiastic about things. It'll never see the light of day, hopefully.
“The stories at the time of Steve’s death – none of them were accurate because no one else was there,” Mr Lyons said in an interview. Justin Lyons, the man that Australia's Crocodile Hunter had called his "best mate" and "right-hand man," shared Irwin's final moments during an interview on Australia's morning show "Studio 10. Registered in Ireland: 523712. He is also speaking out now because he has just finished producing a documentary, E-Motion, which examines the impact that repressing negative emotions can have on the body. They had been filming the creature for several minutes in chest-deep water and decided to try to get one final shot of the stingray swimming away. Steve Irwin knew he was dying after a massive stingray stabbed him in the chest hundreds of times, the only witness to the 2006 attack has said in his first detailed public account of the conservationist’s death.
“He was so good with animals.”. His heart was punctured by the stinger and he died on his boat after lapsing in and out of consciousness.
“And that always bothered me.”. “I didn’t even know it had caused any damage. “For a lot of people trying to get on with their lives without Steve, it wasn’t something that helped by any means.” According to the report, there was apparently an unwritten pact that nobody reveal Steve Irwin’s last moments and Bob Irwin may have felt that Lyons may have violated that pact.
", After the "massive stingray" struck the wildlife expert, Lyons said 44-year-old Irwin "calmly looked up at me and said, 'I'm dying.' Bob Irwin, the father of Steve Irwin told ABC News Australia in a documentary that he was sad and angered that Steve Irwin’s cameraman for 15 years, Justin Lyons, went on Australian television last year and told the viewers that the Crocodile Hunter’s last words were “I’m dying.”, Crocodile Hunter's Cameraman Reveals Steve Irwin's Last Moments, “I personally felt very sad and to a degree angry about what Justin had to say,” Irwin told the ABC News Australia. “We’re saying to him things like, ’Think of your kids, Steve – hang on, hang on, hang on’,” Justin Lyons said. He was filming a documentary on the world's deadliest creatures when he was stung by a stingray in chest deep water. Live by the sword, die by the sword I suppose. The barb went through his chest “like a hot knife through butter,” piercing his heart. In the nearly eight years since Australia’s famed Crocodile Hunter died, Mr Lyons has said little publicly about how the fatal encounter with the stingray unfolded. "It probably thought that Steve's shadow was a tiger shark, which feeds on them regularly, so it attacked him. Suddenly, the animal began wildly stabbing Irwin with the barb on its tail – hundreds of strikes within seconds, Mr Lyons said.
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