Park City man dies after car pins him in Old Town | ParkRecord.com

Park City man dies after car pins him in Old Town

by Jay Hamburger, of the Record staff

A Park City man died Saturday evening in an accident in Old Town after he became pinned underneath his car, the Park City Police Department said.

Kevin King was 45 years old and was well known in Old Town circles.

The accident occurred at 7:30 p.m. The Police Department said King was working on the car when it appears that the vehicle slid off the jack, pinning him.

An ambulance took him to the Park City Medical Center. He died at the hospital, the police said.

King was a house designer who worked extensively in Old Town. He was often seen in the halls of the Marsac Building pressing development-related topics.


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