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‘Top Chef’ contestant Aaron Grissom dies at 34 from traffic mishap

Cydney Henderson U.S.A. TODAY

Published 10:17 PM EDT Sep 11, 2020

Chef Aaron Grissom, who competed on the 12th season of “Leading Chef,” has died.The Pierce County medical inspector verified to USA TODAY that Grissom died Tuesday after suffering” various blunt force injuries “during a traffic mishap in Washington state. The Washington local

was 34. Grissom finished on Bravo’s

” Leading Chef: Boston “in 2014. He won one removal obstacle before winding up in 11th area. Grissom also appeared on Food Network’s” Restaurants, Drive-Ins and Dives. “” Bravo and the Leading Chef family are distressed to discover the death of Chef Aaron Grissom from Season 12: Boston,” Bravo specified in a declaration to U.S.A. TODAY.” Our deepest compassion goes out to his family and friends.”‘ Leading Chef ‘star Fatima Ali dies at 29; Padma Lakshmi

shares emotional tribute According to his” Leading Chef” bio, Grissom believed” cooking is something that all individuals share “no matter” ethnic culture, culture or heritage.” He desired” Asian and brand-new American food.” Host Padma Lakshmi also sent her condolences.”

I am actually distressed by the loss of amongst our Top Chef alumni

. My genuine acknowledgements to his household and liked ones at this time,” she specified in a statement to U.S.A. TODAY.Grissom is the latest loss for the” Leading Chef “household. In March, revolutionary chef Floyd Cardoz, who won Season 3 of “Top Chef Masters, passed away from COVID-19 at age 59. In 2019, fan chosen Fatima Ali died after a bout with an uncommon type of bone cancer called Ewing’s Sarcoma. She was 29.’ Leading Chef Masters ‘star Floyd Cardoz dies of coronavirus at 59; Padma Lakshmi, others grieve Launched 10:17 PM EDT Sep

11, 2020

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