Driver's Family Responds to Deadly Crash Involving Tony Stewart

Kevin Ward Jr. was struck by NASCAR champion's car during a race in Canandaigua, New York.
2:30 | 08/11/14

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And now to the deadly accident on the racetrack. Tony Stewart being investigates after his car struck and killed another driver who walked on to the racetrack to confront him. Gio Benitez has the latest for us in upstate New York. Reporter: Good morning. This is the small town racetrack where the crash happened. They are desperately searching for video may show exactly how this young driver died. This morning investigators are pouring over this video filmed by a spectator and posted on youtube. Showing Kevin ward Jr. Trying to confront Tony Stewart before being struck and killed by the NASCAR super star. His number 14 car bumped ward's number 13, sending the car into the wall. 20-year-old ward rushes on to the track as several cars speed by, pointing his finger, apparently at Stewart. Then just a fraction of a second later, ward is hit bit right side of Stewart's car. Ward was pronounced dead at the hospital. Stewart saying over the weekend, there aren't words to describe the sadness I feel about the sthaent that took the life of Kevin ward Jr. It's an emotional time for all involved. Stewart pulled out of the sprint cup race at Watkins glen. Others paying their respects as well. My thoughts and prayers going out to the family. I know what they are dealing with. Hurts for them. Reporter: It happened on the same track where Stewart rt was involved in an accident that hurt another driver. He has a reputation as a great driver with a bad temper. From throwing gear to butting heads with a driver last year. If he ever turns down a cross, he won't make it through the end. Reporter: This morning, ward's family is lashing out. Stewart, nickname smoke, has left the family with a deep hurt that should not be there. And ward's mother telling ABC overnight the family appreciates the support. There are no criminal charges against Stewart, but they have not been ruled out. Talk about that, thank you. Take a closer look with Ryan

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