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Correct me if I am wrong but poor Tomi was dead on the track. I was disgusted at the way he was shovelled off the track, just to keep the race going. If there was any chance of saving him they would have stopped the race and worked on him where he was - you do not move a critically injured person like they did. In the past on many occasions when someone has died at the track, they end up "dying" in transit or at the hospital. If they die at the track the meeting has to stop. In reality even though this happens quite often, they never "actually" die at the track. Not good for their back pockets, sad as it is.



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