Austin Theriault suffered a compression fracture in his lower back after a vicious crash during Saturday night's Camping World Truck Series race at Las Vegas.
Yes, you guessed it too. Theriault's truck didn't hit a wall that was protected by SAFER barrier.
Theriault's teammate, Josh Reddick, had hit the wall ahead of him. Reddick saved his truck from spinning out and as he came back down the track he and Theriault made contact. The contact sent Theriault head-on into the wall.
Theriault, who has two top-five finishes and four top 10s in eight Truck starts in 2015, was able to climb from his truck but sat on the ground once he did. He was taken on a backboard to a nearby ambulance and transported to a Las Vegas hospital.
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