NASCAR driver released from hospital after fiery Daytona 500 crash

Roush Fenway Racing posted a photo of their driver Ryan Newman walking out of the medical facility with his two daughters where he was treated after a severe wreck on the last lap of the Daytona 500.
1:40 | 02/20/20

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Transcript for NASCAR driver released from hospital after fiery Daytona 500 crash
stone. Now to that incredible comeback for NASCAR driver Ryan Newman after that horrifying crash at the daytona 500. Newman released from the hospital walking out just two days after the accident. Will reeve is here with the latest. Good morning, will. Good morning, Michael. When you see that crash from Monday's race, you'd think there is no way Ryan Newman would be up walking out of the hospital before the end of the week but thankfully that's exactly where things stand. This morning, NASCAR driver Ryan Newman walking out of a daytona Beach hospital hand in hand with his daughters. Newman's estranged wife posting the short video with the caption best sight ever. Newman was rushed to the hospital after this horrific crash on the final Lann of Monday's daytona 500. Just lifting Newman's car up and over. Reporter: He was leading the race coming down the home stretch when a nudge from driver Ryan Blaney turned disastrous sending Newman's car into the wall at 200 miles per hour before flipping and skidding to NASCAR emergency personnel raced to the wreck taking nearly 20 minutes to pull Newman out of the car with fans and broadcasters fearing the worst. Well wishes poured in online from the racing world. Racer Corey Lajoie who was involved in the crash tweeting, hey, Ryan, you forgot your shoes and Dale Earnhardt Jr. Writing this choked me up. Amazing. Newman's team in a statement thanked the public and the racing community for their support and said there is no timetable for Newman's return to racing. I think everyone's grateful that a return to racing is even an option at this point. Exactly. Great to see him walk out

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