NASCAR driver saved by device invented at MSU

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“NASCAR driver Ryan Newman is home from the hospital after a horrific crash at the Daytona 500 on Monday.

The device credited with saving his life was invented at Michigan State University.

’20, 25 years ago, they probably would have been planning his funeral,’ said Andrew Blank, a Pit Steward at Corrigan Oil Speedway in Mason.

But thanks to the HANS device, Ryan Newman, Like many other drivers, was able to survive a bad wreck.”

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