On Sunday, June 13, in the US state of Texas, El Paso County, a racing car rammed into a crowd of spectators at a Fabens racetrack, injuring upwards of two dozen people – including at least three critically.
According to KVIA ABC-7 News, 29 people were injured at a mud-track race event in Fabens. Eight of them are in hospital, three in critical condition.
According to the latest information, the car drove out of the mud track at the start of the race for an unknown reason.
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“The preliminary investigation revealed one of the vehicles due to unknown reasons left the mud-track striking and breaking through a guard rail. Three other vehicles were also struck as a result of the initial crash,” stated a statement from the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office.