Two-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart has been
helped from the race track after a hard accident Sunday at Las
Vegas Motor Speedway.
Stewart's car hit the wall hard 108 laps into the race, and he
immediately called for help.
"I'm hurt," he radioed his team.
He slowly climbed from the car and gingerly walked with the
assistance of two emergency personnel into a waiting car that took
him to the infield care center.
Stewart also had a hard accident Saturday and said after that
wreck his foot was sore.
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