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It is very well possible that he was talking. It would not be the first time something like this (sudden unexpected virtually unexplainable collapse) happened. I've been closely involved with some crashes and the worst actually is unvisble internal bleeding or organ damage. Better explained in this article by racing medics: blog.parathyroid.com/race-car-deaths-medical-causes-racing-deaths/ "Race Car Deaths: The Medical Causes of Racing Deaths with Examples and Resulting Race Car Improvements. Posted on June 23, 2013 by Dr. James Norman The death of Allan Simonsen at the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the death of Jason Leffler one week prior prompted a review of the six different medical causes of race car driver deaths, and what is being done to make racing safer." Read it and you'll understand it better. And also why they went to such extent to repair barriers.



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