Comments for: Women involved in Speedway 95 wreck still sore but eager to return to racing

Posted July 27, 2012, at 2:56 p.m.

HERMON | Bangor’s Nicole Smith, Howland’s Amy Houde and Penobscot’s Kayla Allen are still feeling the effects of Wednesday night’s wreck during a Ladies Division summer series auto race at Speedway 95. Smith and Allen were transported by ambulance to Bangor’s Eastern Maine Medical Center, treated and released. But …

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  • PabMainer

    “It squished the whole front-end of the car” Nicole said…..too funny….you will never hear it described like that at a NASCAR race…..I am glad all the ladies are recovering and not seriously hurt…..get right back in there girls…..

    • Anonymous

      I thought the same thing and laughed….. Good for them though!!!!!! I got a good laugh and glad they are all OK and back at it!!!

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