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"The ambulance came really swiftly from Speightstown, and the whole drive Nathan Florence, Dylan Graves and the paramedics continued to try and revive him. "He told Dylan, 'I just got the best wave of my life! Stay tuned to Surfline as more details become available. And until we meet again, May God hold you in the palm of His hand.But once they got him to the hospital, Zander was breathing, but not responsive. UPDATE: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH, 4PM EST: Alan Burke just revealed the following information regarding Zander's death: "Autopsy came back. May the road rise up to meet you May the wind be always at your back May the warm rays of sun fall upon your home And may the hand of a friend always be near.

The airport and city center are both conveniently located nearby.From the time Nathan got to him in the water to when they arrived at the hospital, it was about 75 minutes of nonstop CPR.""He was one of my sons' [Josh and Jacob Burke] best friends, and like a son to me," Alan continued. May green be the grass you walk on, May blue be the skies above you, May pure be the joys that surround you, May true be the hearts that love you."We just traveled the whole East Coast together, surfing that last Outer Banks swell together. All of us that have children that are competitive athletes in extreme sports are torn after hearing the news of Zander's transition to the heavens.After getting his fair share of big barrels all morning, the 16-year-old got caught by a closeout set, which drove him into the shallow, rocky bottom.Bleeding and unresponsive, he was pulled out of the water by Nathan Florence, who was among a cadre of pros who flew over to Barbados to catch the mega-swell currently being generated by Hurricane Irma.We want our kids to follow their dreams and their passions...sometimes that does not mean being able to protect them from danger.

Zander will always be an amazing inspiration to many and Zander will continue to live in our heart as he did in this life....working hard and pushing himself to be the best at a sport he loved and lived to pursue.

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a budding young pro surfer from Bridgetown, Barbados, died today after surfing a particularly heavy session at a notoriously nasty wave on Barbados' east coast.