Another sad news for the sports industry as one of the modern-day Rally racers died. Ken Block was the person and he passed away last Monday. He was a victim of a snowball accident. The accident occurred near Utah’s Uinta Wasatch- Cache National Forest. Ken at the age of 55 was driving up above the steep hill. Sadly from the top of the hill, a machine dropped on him and everything ended.
On the day of the accident, he was a part of the traveling group and went together only. During the accident, he was present alone on that spot and died over there only. The medical team is still left to submit the original cause of the death. In the recent updates from the Hoonigan Racing division, it was officially confirmed that Ken is no more alive.
Most modern-day fans used to consider Ken as one of the greatest icons as well. He kept his most important parts like his wife and daughter alone. Fans and all his family members tweeted that he will be missed forever.
In the reports, the officers claimed that there was no proof of high marking as well. He was also practicing the art by which snowmobilers go up the steep and come down. This practice helps them to avoid becoming trapped or turning over.
Even some of the family members wanted to know more about the death details but were forced to come down due to the storm. The reports claimed nowadays the machines are quite heavy and can easily turn anybody down.
Ken Block last Monday got lost in a snowball accident near Utah’s Uinta Wasatch- Cache National Forest. According to reports he was killed or flipped over from the slopes in the Hill regions.
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