A NASCAR hauler was involved in a collision in Arizona on Wednesday afternoon.

Riley Herbst’s 98 Xfinity hauler owned by Stewart-Haas Racing was involved in a single-vehicle crash in Flagstaff en route to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway on October 12.

Sprint Car driver Spencer Hill shared video of the crash aftermath on Twitter, writing, “Holy cow. Not good. The 98 Xfinity hauler was involved in a bad wreck in Flagstaff, AZ on Wednesday afternoon. Hopefully everyone involved is okay.”

Stewart-Haas Racing released a statement on the crash:

Earlier today, the No. 98 NASCAR Xfinity Series Hauler of Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR) was involved in a single-vehicle accident on Interstate 40 a few miles west of Flagstaff, Arizona. The truck had two occupants and neither was seriously injured, although one was taken to a local hospital for further treatment and observation. No other details regarding their respective conditions are available at this time.

SHR can confirm that speed was not a factor in the crash. While the rig was damaged, the hauler and its contents appeared relatively unscathed. Plans are already underway for a new rig to hook up to the hauler and deliver it to Las Vegas Motor Speedway in time for Xfinity Series hauler parking at 10:30 a.m. PDT on Friday.

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