NASCAR could be facing legal action from some fans who were injured in the end-of-race crash at Saturday's Nationwide Series event at Daytona International Speedway. As many as 33 people were injured when debris from the wreck flew past and through the catch-fence along the frontstretch of the grandstands. Several spectators were hospitalized, some with serious injuries. WFTV reports that a customer service representative from NASCAR has visited victims in the hospital and even brought along several drivers including Tony Stewart to see fans. The report indicates that some of those hurt have hired an attorney and are planning legal action.
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