“I can feel my heart breaking.” Reality TV superstar has died in a tragic car accident.

His girlfriend, who is very sad, says that a drag racer who competed on a popular reality TV show died in a terrible car accident.

Nathan Schaldach, who plays Cali Nate on the Discovery show Street Outlaws, crashed on Saturday night in southwest Texas.

His girlfriend Courtney Paulshock confirmed his death in a heartbreaking Facebook post in which she called him her “soul mate.”

“I’m broken.” She wrote on Sunday, “I’m completely shocked.”

“I can feel my heart breaking.”

This happened while Schaldach was racing in Eagle Pass, which is about two hours west of San Antonio, according to Paulshock.

Although his friends helped him get to the hospital, they were unable to save his life.

According to Paulshock, she didn’t want to give more information about how Schaldach crashed or what happened before the crash.

“That made him so happy, seeing his mom and sister again,” his girlfriend wrote.

“He did what he loved outside.”

“I was truly blessed to know the kind of love that Nathan gave me and showed me on a daily basis.”

Schaldach was in Season 4 of Street Outlaws: Fastest in America, a show about eight drag racing teams competing in a tournament for a $100,000 prize.

It was in May of last year that his season ended.

The show is based off of the original show Street Outlaws, which showed crazy street racers risking their lives to compete.

Two cars race on a short, straight track toward a finish line in drag racing.

Even though professional sports are mostly safe, most states have made street racing illegal because it is so dangerous.

Ryan Fellows, another actor on Street Outlaws, died in a car accident in 2022 while filming the show. Schaldach subsequently died.

During a race in Las Vegas, the driver’s car flipped over and caught fire. A Discovery representative said the network was devastated by the loss.

To find out more about Nate’s crash, The U.S. Sun has called Texas police.

After Schaldach’s sudden death, his fans and friends have shared their sadness and condolences online.

A friend of Schaldach’s, Chris Frank, said he hardly slept all night after hearing the terrible news.

A video on Facebook showed Frank saying, “Those of you who raced him feared him, and those of you who were friends with him loved him.”

Every race is risky, and we all know that any ride could be our last.

“Nate was one of the last true racers with true passion and understanding for the sport.”

Saying that she would love Schaldach forever, Paulshock showed one of his saddest last texts.

He texted his girlfriend, “Garth told me to tell you I love you very much just in case tomorrow never comes.” This was the driver’s last race ever.

“Please wake me up from this nightmare,” Paulshock wrote next to a screenshot of the text messaging.

Later that same day, she shared the movie A Star Is Born song “I’ll Never Love Again” by Lady Gaga.