Heidi Montag's Plastic Surgeon Killed in Car Crash

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Dr. Frank Ryan, plastic surgeon to the stars, is dead after being involved in a terrible car crash.

After his Jeep went over the side of Pacific Coast Highway (PCH), Dr. Frank Ryan was tended to by lifeguards; however, they could not save him. He had suffered major head trauma and was trapped inside the vehicle. The Ventura County Fire Department also attempted to helicopter him from the scene of the accident but the rescue was called off. Dr. Ryan was pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics.

Dr. Frank Ryan was only 50 years old.

Ironically, Dr. Ryan tweeted only minutes before the car crash:

“After 25 years of driving by, I finally hiked to the top of the giant sand dune on the pch west of Malibu. Much harder than it looks! Whew!”

[See Dr. Frank Ryan's Twitter account HERE.]

His very last tweet was:

“Border collie jill surveying the view from atop the sand dune”

..and he attached the following pic:

The dog, who was also in the car crash, was found in the ocean, seriously injured. However, she survived the accident and is being cared for at a veterinary hospital. Poor girl.

Dr. Frank Ryan’s famous clients include Heidi Montag, who recently had numerous surgeries performed in one day, Janice Dickinson, Shauna Sand, Gene Simmons, Vince Neil and many others.

Janice Dickinson’s publicist released the following statement: “Janice is deeply, deeply anguished! She is stunned and wants the world to know what a genius Dr. Ryan was. He was a friend and my love goes out to his mother and the rest of the family.”

Heidi Montag said of Dr. Frank Ryan on her Twitter account: “I am devastated to hear the news of Dr. Frank Ryan’s death. He was the most amazing person I have ever known. He was an angel and changed my life and the lives of everyone he met. He was the most brilliant talented surgeon who will ever exist. Dr. Frank Ryan changed the world.”

Terribly sad story. You never know when your time has come. Our love goes out to friends and family of Dr. Frank Ryan, and we hope his doggy, Jill, makes a full recovery.