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One person seriously injured at Eagle Raceway accident

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Three people were injured on Saturday at Eagle Raceway in Cass County, Nebraska. According to 1011now.com, the authorities were called to the scene at 6:45 pm local time.

The incident, according to the report, began when John Austin had finished his heat race in his race car. As he was approaching the finish line, the throttle on his car became stuck.

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That caused the car to leave the track, going in the pit exit at a high rate of speed. The car also became airborne.

The race car then struck multiple vehicles. This caused Justin Vanderharr to become pinned underneath one of the race cars.

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Several people had to lift the race car off of Vanderharr. He was then transported to Bryan LGH West hospital in critical condition.

He has internal and head injuries.

Michael Ramsey was also injured and transported to Bryan LGH West hospital. A third person was transported to St. Elizabeth’s hospital. Other people, who might have been injured, refused treatment.

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