DC Shoes co-founder Ken Block was crushed by a snowmobile in Utah

Ken Block who co-founded the ski boot brand died in a snowmobile accident according to his team in Hooningan. Block was 55 years old He was old and he was also a champion motorsports player and some say he could have been compared to the best player in the world.

Block went to Utah And she posted some pictures and videos of him in the snow while a snow plow groomed the terrain so he could ride.

His official website states, “Ken was a visionary, pioneer, and icon. Most importantly, he was a father and husband.”

“We will miss him incredibly.”

Known for participating in rally championships around the world and an avid competitor and champion, Ken Block started racing in the mid-2000s and has been on the podium over ten times.

Block, along with Damon Way, made their mark on the skateboarding fashion brand by founding DC Shoes in 1994.

Along with his deep love for car crowd Driving, he was also a passion motorcross competitor, And the Ice rider Also.

The police report states that “On January 2, 2023, at approximately 1400 hours, the Wasatch County 911 Center received a call reporting a snowmobile accident in the Mill Hollow area.”

The snowmobile landed on top of him

The snowmobile landed on top of him according to the report “The driver, Kenneth Block, a 55-year-old man of Park City, Utah, was riding a snowmobile up a steep incline when the motorcycle rolled over, landing on top of him.”

“He was pronounced dead at the scene from injuries sustained in the accident. Mr. Block was riding with a group but was alone when the accident occurred.”

“The Government Medical Examiner’s Office will determine the official cause of death. We are saddened to learn of Kenneth’s loss and our hearts are deeply moved by his family and friends.”

Kane is survived by his wife, Lucy, and his three children.


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