Daytona 500 Goes as Planned After Crash
DAYTONA - The Daytona 500 proceeded on schedule this afternoon - just one day after a brush with death for drivers and many race-goers at the famous track.
Thankfully, there were no serious injuries.
In the home stretch, rookie Kyle Larson's car smashed into the fence, getting ripped to pieces.
The force of the crash shot a 25-pound tire ten rows into the stands.
Ambulances rushed to the scene.
Twenty-eight people were hurt.
Workers swarmed the track overnight, replaced the fencing torn off in the accident, and today track officials reassured race-goers about their safety.
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