Street Beast destroyed in crash in 2020 Street Outlaws filming

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

In a Facebook post, James “Doc” Love admitted that the Street Outlaws 405 filming has completed. Due to Chuck Seitsinger’s coronavirus positive, filming was on hold for some time.

He wrote that he was in a very bad accident in a ‘very important race’ in Nebraska. It’s not clear who they were racing at this time.

Street Beast driven by James “Doc” Love was involved in a crash while filming for Street Outlaws' upcoming show
Street Beast driven by James “Doc” Love was involved in a crash while filming for Street Outlaws’ upcoming show (Photo by Street Beast “Doc”/Facebook)

“I am fine if you can call being yellow, black, blue, green, and a wonderful shade of purple from my neck to my calves,” Love said. “I am also still struggling with symptoms from a bad concussion. I was knocked out for 20-30 minutes and remember nothing about the crash, or even the race for that matter. I want to give a huge shout out to my family, friends, and some fans for reaching out to me with prayers and support.”

Love said that he has not seen the car since the crash in person. But he admitted that he has seen pictures and videos of the aftermath.

“I need to give a huge shout out to Bob’s Pro-Fab and the Mandell’s for building me a basis that saved my life,” he said. “Car barrel rolled 5-6 times and even knocked three 8-10” round Cedar trees clean off at the ground. If anybody is looking to build a car, definitely look these guys up.”

He said that he’s not looking to rebuild right now due to the COVID-19 pandemic that has hurt his resources. But he said he will be back in a car one day in the future.

“We will come back better, stronger, and faster somehow,” Love said. “Much love goes out to all of my family, friends, sponsors, fans, and haters. I couldn’t do this without any of you!”

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