ABC Provides Exclusive Footage Clip Of 2010 Luge Crash Accident
ABC provides exclusive video footage clip of 2010 Luge crash accident at Winter Olympics. ABC has recently provided an exclusive video clip of the unfortunate 2010 Luge crash accident during a training run at the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. Nodar Kumaritashvili was the one who died. He was a Georgian luge slider at the Vancouver Olympics,and he died the other day after crashing during a training run and hitting a metal pole. He was only 21 years old.
The Huffington Post says that he was traveling over 90 miles per hour when he crashed. This luge track at Vancouver has been called the fastest track ever,and there were concerns raised even before Nodar’s very fatal crash. At Friday night’s opening Winter Olympics ceremonies,they held a moment of silence to observe and honor Nodar Kumaritashvili. His fellow Georgian Olympians wore black armbands in his memory. There have also been reports of other people getting knocked unconscious trying to go down the luge track,and others are having serious trouble just trying to make it through a heat on the dangerous track. To watch the ABC’s exclusive video Click Here. Watch CBS’ exclusive video (below).
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