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What we know about NASCAR driver’s crash at Daytona 500

Denny Hamlin won the Daytona 500, which took two days to complete due to inclement weather and was started by President Donald Trump, but the 62nd version of the race will mostly be remembered for the grizzly wreck involving Ryan Newman on the final lap. 

The frightening crash occurred when teammate Ryan Blaney nudged Newman’s No. 6 car ahead of Hamlin on the backstretch. But extra contact forced Newman to spin out, as his car flung violently into the wall and flipped into the air before being hit hard again by Corey LaJoie as he crossed the finish line. Newman’s car landed on its roof and skidding across the track. 

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Rescue teams immediately respond to Ryan Newman crash 

Workers turned Newman’s car right side up before extracting him. According to the Daytona Beach News-Journal, an ambulance carrying Newman left Daytona’s frontstretch at 8:10 p.m. with sirens on. 

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