A California woodworker who died of bird flu was in a woodshop before he died, according to the National Park Service.
The worker, 43-year-old Andrew Boggs, died on Sunday after being infected with the H7N9 bird flu, according the San Francisco Chronicle.
Boggs worked at a San Francisco woodshop where he sold plans for swing sets and planters.
He also worked as a contractor, the Chronicle reported.
Bucklington, California, resident Christopher Gage, a local fire chief, told the newspaper that he was aware of the H8N2 bird flu but did not know if it was an H7 or H7-like strain.
The fire department had been working with the San Mateo County Health Department to monitor Bogg’s health after he died.
It was unclear if Bogg had any relatives in California, but the San Jose Mercury News reported that his parents live in San Francisco.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.