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YouTube tractor stuntman is crushed to death under his vehicle while filming a wheelie stunt for his 1.5million followers in India

These are the final moments of a YouTuber known for his tractor stunts before he was crushed while doing a wheelie in India.

The tragic accident happened on a river bank in Panipat district, Haryana on Wednesday.

Nishu Deshwal, 22, who has more than 1.5 million subscribers on YouTube, lifted the front wheels of the heavy vehicle into the air, but when the rear wheels sank into the soft ground, the tractor collapsed on top of him.

Deshwal, who was a father of one child, was completely crushed between the two pieces of metal and died on the spot.

In one video, his friends can be heard wailing in horror as it happens.

Nishu Deshwal, 22, father of one, was completely crushed between the two pieces of metal and died on the spot

He leaves behind a wife of one and a half years and a son of six months.

Deshwal’s YouTube channel has over 300 million views, while his most viewed video alone has 25 million views.

Besides Deshwal’s YouTube channel, he also had an Instagram account of 1.3 million people.

The stuntman had spent the past three years entertaining viewers with stunts with the huge vehicles, often on incredibly soft and unstable terrain.

Fans are speculating about what caused the tractor to collapse.

One wrote: ‘This is an old tractor and it didn’t have proper roll bars.

“The homemade roll bar collapsed as soon as the tractor turned over and crushed him.”

Another wrote: ‘Looks like the back part of the seat gave way.

‘Presumably it was not designed to carry the weight of about 40% of the tractor.

“It looks like the ‘seat’ just broke and the tractor ‘of course’ fell on the poor guy.”

Some fans have suggested that the tractor had a design flaw.

The stuntman had more than 1.5 million subscribers on YouTube and focused his channel on tractor stunts

The stuntman had more than 1.5 million subscribers on YouTube and focused his channel on tractor stunts

Deshwal's YouTube channel has over 300 million views, while his most viewed video alone has 25 million views

Deshwal’s YouTube channel has over 300 million views, while his most viewed video alone has 25 million views

The stuntman had spent the past three years entertaining viewers with stunts with the huge vehicles, often on incredibly soft and unstable terrain.

The stuntman had spent the past three years entertaining viewers with stunts with the huge vehicles, often on incredibly soft and unstable terrain.

The YouTuber was the youngest in his family and leaves behind a wife and a son

The YouTuber was the youngest in his family and leaves behind a wife and a son

They wrote: “Those bars are called a rollover protection system.

‘It looks like they’re bent.

“Maybe they were aftermarket and not the right size for the tractor, because that’s exactly the type of accident it’s meant to prevent.”

A fourth fan wrote: ‘Tractors aren’t designed for that.

“The weight of the engine went against all the structural support and folded the chassis like a piece of fluted cardboard.”

According to local reports, Deshwal was the younger of two siblings, and his father was a farmer.