High Winds Hit Kentucky Speedway

A tent falls on a Ford Dealer car on the Speedway concourse.
A tent falls on a Ford Dealer car on the Speedway concourse.
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Updated: 6/29/2012 7:20 pm

People were evacuated at the Kentucky Speedway because of high winds today according to Police.

Race fans took shelter under the grandstands for about 45 minutes.

The National Weather Service reports winds up to 70 miles per hour went through the Sparta area.

Several large tents blew over and police evacuated the hospitality tents.

As of now, everything has resumed as normal. No serious injuries were reported.

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