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Hummingbird crashes at JJ’s Arm Drop in Louisiana

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Memphis Street Outlaws has had a tough two months. For the second time in a matter of weeks, Hummingbird has been damaged.

The car was involved in a crash on Saturday at Jonathan “JJ DaBoss” Day’s Arm Drop at State Capitol Raceway in Port Allen, Louisiana. Hummingbird was racing an unnamed driver in a white car when the accident happened.

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We do not know who was driving the car at the time of the crash. We also have no information on if the driver may have sustained any injuries from the accident.

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Social media videos show the car rolling on the track on its top.

In January, Hummingbird was involved in an accident during the filming of Fastest in America which will air on the Discovery Channel later this year. Tricia Day was driving it at the time.

She suffered a hip injury in the crash. Several days later, Tricia Day was released from the hospital.

Day was injured when her husband clipped the tail end of her car when he had a backfire in his car. This caused his wife to then crash into protective cars that were used to prevent drivers from crashing into concrete barriers.

Hummingbird was put back together following the crash in several days to finish the taping. JJ DaBoss finished out the taping.

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He continued to compete after having burns to his face and hands.

Memphis Street Outlaws will now work together once again to get Hummingbird back together for another appearance soon.

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Anthony Caruso III
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Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 11 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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