30 injured after car flew into grandstands at NASCAR racing event (VIDEO)


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About 30 people at Daytona International Speedway were injured on Saturday during a NASCAR race. However, it was fortunate that the incident didn’t cause any fatalities to any of the fans. The whole incident took place when a NASCAR hit the fence throwing the debris of the car including a tire into the grandstands during the last lap of the Nationwide Series race.

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Driver Kyle Larson’s (rookie) car was the one that flew into the grandstands while the car was approaching finish line. While 14 fans received first-aid on the speedway itself another 14 fans had to be driven all the way to the hospital for medical treatment, said Speedway President Joie Chitwood.

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Source: FOX NEWS, Didyouseethat00 , FirstLeaks1

 

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