A CAR rammed through a crowd injuring 29 people, three critically, during a mud-track race event at Fabens racetrack in Texas.
Around 6.30pm, one of the vehicles left the mud-track, broke through a guard rail and struck more than two dozen people, according to initial reports.
“The preliminary investigation revealed one of the vehicles due to unknown reasons left the mud-track striking and breaking through a guard rail,” El Paso County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement.
“Three other vehicles were also struck as a result of the initial crash.”
A total of eight people were hospitalized, three with life-threatening injuries and five with non-life-threatening ones, according to KFOX14.
Video from after the crash shows people scrambling to help others amid chaos and rubble.
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