Patrick Quinn, who was battling amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), has died. He was one of those who popularized the Ice Bucket Challenge with cold water dousing, according to 360 TV channel. "We will remember him for his ability to inspire and for the courage he showed in relentlessly fighting ALS," Quinn said in a post on Facebook. The man was diagnosed in 2013. A year later, he took part in the Ice Bucket Challenge flash mob. The young man was one of those who popularized "the greatest social media campaign in history." The essence of the flash mob is that a person needs to pour a bucket of cold water over himself. The sensations from this allow you to feel the stiffness of the muscles that ALS patients feel. Participants in the action were to donate ten dollars to the charity ALS and name three people who will be next to take the challenge. If they refused, then they had to donate $ 100. The flash mob began with a video by professional golfer Chris Kennedy. He is the brother of his wife Anthony Senerchia, who suffered from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. In 2017, the man passed away. Quinn was one of the first to join the action. Ice Bucket Challenge after the first videos quickly spread on the Web. Donald Trump, Barack Obama, Bill Gays, Mark Zuckerberg and other famous people took part in the action.