Tony Eyles Bio/Wiki
A man named Tony Eyles who was crushed to death in a strange accident at a Vancouver McDonald’s drive-thru window has been revealed as a married father of two.
Tony Eyles was getting breakfast at the fast-food restaurant about 5:30 a.m. on Tuesday when he misplaced his debit card and went outside to recover it, only to be crushed against the building by his automobile, according to News 1130 radio.
He was 41 years old.
How Did Tony Eyles Die?
According to the publication, Eyles died just weeks before his ninth wedding anniversary, leaving two children, ages 8 and 6, behind.
Neal Pender, Eyles’ brother-in-law, told the station, “He’s just the perfect dad, the perfect husband,”
“Unfortunately [my newborn] never got to meet Tony. Tony would have adored that kid and he would have adored Tony, too.”
The Vancouver Police Department and the British Columbia Coroner’s Office are still looking into the incident. Pender said, “You know, I looked up to him,”
“He should still be here. They are going to have to do an investigation on this because it just doesn’t make sense.”
Tony Eyles GoFundMe
As of Monday morning, two different fundraisers for the family had raised more than $100,000 from almost 800 donors to assist the family.