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Despite Crash Daytona NASCAR 500 Race Is still On

Nascar Crash Visuals Fans feeling unsafe as soon as the horrific crash at Daytona International Speedway can change seats for NASCAR's biggest race. Track President Joie Chitwood said Sunday workers successfully repaired an area of fence -- 54 feet wide and 22 feet high -- that's shredded Saturday when Kyle Larson's car went airborne on the final lap of a second-tier race and crashed from the barrier that separates cars from fans. Large bits of debris, such as a tire, sprayed into the upper and lower section of the stands. The crash injured over 30 people, raising more questions about fan safety at race tracks. Halifax Health spokesman Byron Cogdell said seven people with crash-related injuries remained hospitalized Sunday in Daytona Beach in stable condition. The six people exposed to an alternative Halifax hospital in Port Orange with crash-related injuries had all been discharged by Sunday morning, Cogdell said. A spokeswoman at Florida Memorial Clinic may not rele

30 Fans Hurt in Nationwide Series Crash at Daytona

Crash Visuals Crash Visuals Crash Visuals Crash Visuals At least 30 NASCAR fans were injured Saturday each time a car sailed in the fence at Daytona International Speedway, and big chunks of debris -- such as a tire -- flew in to the grandstands. No fatalities were reported in the accident about the last lap of the Nationwide Series race. The crash began because field closed in around the finish line, and rookie Kyle Larson's car came upon the wreck and went airborne into the fence that separates the track from the seats. Large chunks of Larson's car landed within the grandstands, and one of his tires did actually fly in the fence and land midway up the lower section. The automobile itself had its entire front sheared off, using the burning engine wedged by having a gaping hole inside the fence. Speedway President Joie Chitwood said 14 fans were treated on-site , and 14 others were delivered to hospitals. Chi

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