Friday, August 5, 2022

Anthony White’s toter home a total loss from fire in Tennessee

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Late Model racer car driver Anthony White’s toter home caught on fire on Friday. We do not know how the toter home caught on fire.

With the authorities called, it is likely that they will do an investigation. This will likely take some time to determine exactly what led to the fire.

Late Model race car driver Anthony White experienced a fire to his toter home on his way to a race on I-40
Late Model race car driver Anthony White experienced a fire to his toter home on his way to a race on I-40 (Photo by 2X DWB Motorsports/Facebook)

However, on social media, several pictures and videos were shared. White later confirmed the fire.

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“I’m not on this page very often, but with what happened today, I decided an official update was needed,” White said in a post on the 2X DWB Motorsports Facebook page. “Yes, it was our hauler that caught fire on I-40 as we were headed to Crossville (Tennessee). Trucks, trailers, race cars, and anything else that was lost in the fire can be replaced, but the people can’t. Thank God we aren’t spending the night in a burn ICU somewhere because everyone made it out without any injuries. Thank you for your thoughts and prayers.”

While the toter home is a total loss, White’s trailer had minimal burn damage. According to a picture shared on the page, there were some burn marks near the front of the trailer.

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White may have been scheduled to attend the 5th annual J. Paul Memorial at Crossville Speedway. The action included Crate Late Models and additional classes.

2W DWB Motorsports Facebook post
2W DWB Motorsports Facebook post (Screen Grab)

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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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