Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Sprint Car driver Cash Beeson airlifted to hospital

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

According to the United Rebel Sprint Series, Sprint Car driver Cash Beeson was airlifted to a local hospital on Sunday. The series said that he had been dealing with this illness since this morning.

We have no other information at this time. URSS has not released anymore information since their initial post.

Air Ambulance
Air Ambulance (Photo by Pixabay)

“If everyone could please take the time to say a prayer for Cash Beeson as he was flight for life out of Belleville with a serious illness he woke up this morning with,” URSS said in a Facebook post. “Prayers up everyone.”

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Beeson was in Belleville as the series had an event in Belleville, Kansas at Belleville High Banks on Saturday. Due to his illness, the series had just 12 drivers compete in their event.

His last event came at the Jerry Soderburg Memorial on June 18th, 2022, at Dodge City Speedway in Dodge City, Kansas. Beeson finished 15th.

For someone to be airlifted, their condition has to be serious. Typically, these air ambulances are used to take someone far away depending on the severity of their condition. 

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The United Rebel Sprint Series is a sprint car sanctioning body that competes at tracks around Kansas, southern Nebraska, and Western Missouri. 

United Rebel Sprint Series Cash Beeson post
United Rebel Sprint Series Cash Beeson 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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