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Carly Holmes injured in Sprint Car accident in Oregon

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Sprint Car driver Carly Holmes was injured on Monday night during a race at Cottage Grove Speedway in Cottage Grove, Oregon. Her brother Tanner gave an update on her condition on Facebook.

Tanner has not provided a new update at the time of the publication.

Carly Holmes Racing
Carly Holmes Racing (Photo by Carly Homes Racing/Facebook)

“Thank you to everyone that has reached out to check on my sister,” Holmes said in the post. “Not to even be overdramatic, but last night was one of the wildest crashes I have ever seen. Immediately once officials got to Carly, she was complaining about back pain and struggling being able to move. Upon arriving at the Hospital, X-Rays showed 2 fractured vertebrae (T3 and T4) and 2 bruised lungs.”

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Holmes said that his sister remembers the wreck. He also said that she is in good spirits.

“She is stable,” he added in the update. “Her vitals are good, and she is now getting some much-needed rest. As soon as we get more updates on the situation, we will get them out here on our social media.

“And remember for all of you that know Carly really well, she is 100 percent the toughest person. This will be a bump in the road for her story, but nothing she can’t handle.”

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According to Carly Holmes Racing on Facebook, she is a 15-year-old Outlaw Kart/Sprint Car driver out of Jacksonville, Oregon.

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Anthony Caruso III
Anthony Caruso III
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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