Skate park designer Kessler dies
NEW YORK -- Andy Kessler, a trailblazer during New York City's nascent 1970s skateboarding scene and a designer of skate parks who was admired by boarders on both coasts, died Monday. He was 48.
Kessler died after suffering a heart attack following an allergic reaction to a wasp sting, Moose Huerta, a close friend and fellow skateboarder, said Thursday.
He was dismantling old wood on a shack in Montauk, Long Island,
when he was stung, said Tony Farmer, a skateboarding friend ...
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