More than two dozen NASCAR fans were injured after a crash near the finish line of the Nationwide Series Race.
A multi-car accident on the last lap of the NASCAR Nationwide Series Race in Florida sent pieces of a car into the stands – injuring fans.
Rookie Kyle Larson's racecar flew into a fence that separates the track from the stands. The force of the crash sheared off the front of his car. The engine was stuck in that divide and officials say a tire and other parts hit fans.
20-year-old Larson walked away from the crash. Tony Stewart won the race but said this is not a time to celebrate, he's more concerned with making sure the drivers and fans are ok.
"We've had a couple big ones I've been a part of some of them. But I've never seen anything like this. This was one of those times I wish I didn't have a rear-view mirror because that was an ugly sight," said Tony Stewart.
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