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Carson Hocevar transported to hospital for evaluation after Truck crash

Pole winner Corey Heim lost the lead on Lap 18, but was able to come back in overtime to score his second NASCAR Truck Series victory of the season.

MADISON, Ill. -- Camping World Truck Series driver Carson Hocevar was transported to a local hospital after a last-lap crash in Saturday’s race at World Wide Technology Raceway.

Niece Motorsports issued a release Saturday night saying that Hocevar was transported “for further evaluation of his right lower extremity.”

Hocevar was put on a stretcher after exiting his Truck. He gave a thumbs up as he was wheeled to the ambulance.

The 19-year-old Hocevar finished 24th. He issued an update Sunday.

It appeared that contact with another truck turned Hocevar in Turn 2. As Hocevar’s truck slid down the track, Tyler Hill slammed into it near the left front wheel. The contact shot Hocevar’s truck down the track.