Ryan Newman Fans React After Video of Nascar Driver Walking out of Hospital Following Daytona 500 Crash
Fans are in awe of NASCAR driver Ryan Newman after his wife shared a video of him walking out of a hospital with his two daughters only two days after he experienced a terrible crash at the Daytona 500.
On Monday night, Ryan Newman experienced every NASCAR driver's worst nightmare when his car spun several times in the air and burst into flames before hitting a wall on the race track.
It took a safety crew on the scene over ten minutes to remove him from the vehicle. The grisly accident had many people fearing the worst as he was rushed to Halifax Medical Centre for treatment.
In less than two days, he was released from the hospital, and his estranged wife, Krissie Newman, shared with his fans his miraculous recovery. In a tweet that showed him walking out of the hospital, she gushed, "Best sight ever!!!"
In the video, it showed Ryan walking hand in hand with his two daughters, Ashlyn and Brooklyn as they left Halifax Medical Centre.
After fearing the worst, many of his fans were not only shocked that he didn't show any visible signs of injury, but they were surprised to see him on his feet again after such a horrific crash. Commenting on his quick recovery, one fan compared him to Superman.
Dude takes a hit like that and walks two days later can be none other than SuperMan— Dustin Parker (@dustinparkerfb) February 20, 2020
In the hospital, Ryan was surrounded by Krissie and their daughters. It was reported, the proud father was so alert after his crash that he was even playing with Ashlyn and Brooklyn. Referring to an earlier picture of Ryan his children to the one of him leaving the hospital, a fan admitted:
"Earlier I said the pic of @RyanJNewman standing with his girls was the best thing on Twitter today. I stand corrected. This is the BEST!"
Days before Ryan's crash, Krissie announced that after 16 years of marriage, they were separating. Hoping for the best as they move forward following his accident, one fan said:
"As tough as this has been for you all. I sure hope that somehow thru this all that you and Ryan can work everything out and this will make you both closer than ever!"
With his release from the hospital, it remains unclear the extent of the injuries Ryan suffered after his crash at the Daytona 500.
As fans wait to hear about his return to the track, it has was announced that Ross Chastain would fill in for him for the rest of the competition.