Though two fans are critically injured from flying debris that shot into the crowd after Kyle Larsen's crash at Daytona this afternoon, (one is reportedly a minor, the others' injuries are reportedly life-threatening), NASCAR will not significantly alter its plan for tomorrow. In a press conference that lasted about eight minutes and started an hour after originally scheduled, Daytona speedway president Joie Chitwood III and NASCAR's senior vice president for racing operations Steve O'Donnell deflected most questions about the condition of the injured fans, no doubt due in part to health information privacy laws, but said that racing would go forward tomorrow as previously scheduled.
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