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Kevin Swindell continues treatment after Knoxville crash

Sprint car driver and former NASCAR Xfinity (then-Nationwide) Series driver Kevin Swindell underwent a second surgery on Monday as a result of injuries sustained Thursday at the Knoxville Nationals World of Outlaws event at Knoxville (Iowa) Raceway when his car flipped and hit the wall at the start of a heat race.

Swindell, the 26-year-old son of sprint car racing legend Sammy Swindell, was airlifted to Des Moines Mercy Hospital after his wreck on Thursday to undergo treatement for back and spinal cord injuries.

On Monday evening, the Swindell family released the following statement regarding Swindell’s condition:

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