NASCAR driver's emotional return to the track after crash

Ryan Newman returned to Daytona International Speedway for the first time after his crash six months ago at the Daytona 500 when his car was flipped and he had to be cut out of the car.
0:36 | 08/17/20

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Also this morning, NASCAR driver Ryan Newman is back on the track. Some happy news. He returned to the daytona international speedway for the first time Sunday since this harrowing crash six months ago. He was in the lead at the daytona 500 when he was hit from behind sending his car flying into the wall flipping over and Mr. Newman had to be cut out of the car and rushed to the hospital. Amazingly he was able to walk out of those doors less than 48 hours later. You see him there with his girls. Newman expressing his gratitude for the health care workers who helped him through it thanking them from the bottom of his heart. Very good for Ryan. Back on the track and NASCAR fans are happy. What a lucky man. We are following a lot of other

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