Mon, 24 Sep 2007, 03:22 AM
John Force Injury Update and Prognosis
Courtesy of John Force Racing
Photo copyright 2007 Auto Imagery, Inc.
Doctors updated John Force's family and team following a
thorough evaluation of his multiple injuries and the prognosis for a
full recovery is very good.
Force sustained a broken left ankle and severe abrasion on his right
knee. Force's left wrist also was dislocated and broken and he sustained
some severe abrasions and slight fractures on a number of fingers on his
Throughout all procedures Force was alert and responsive. CAT scans
performed came back negative and showed no damage other than the
injuries to his legs and hands. Surgeons will begin cleaning a number of
his injuries tonight and possibly setting his fractures if the swelling
is at an acceptable level.
The 14-time POWERade world champion suffered his injuries in a second
round crash with racing legend Kenny Bernstein at the 22nd annual
O'Reilly NHRA Fall Nationals presented by Castrol Syntec at the Texas
Motorplex in Ennis, Texas.
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