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Pictures of Carl Edwards' accident

Sunday, April 26, 2009 | 9:03 p.m. CDT
Carl Edwards (99) and Brad Keselowski collide on the final lap.

    

Carl Edwards runs to the finish line.
Carl Edwards climbs out of his car after crashing.
Carl Edwards's car leaves a trail of debris after it went airborne and hit the catch fencing.
Carl Edwards flips into the catch fence.
Ryan Newman (39) and Dale Earnhardt Jr. drive by Carl Edwards on the final lap. "Talladega is short for 'We're going to crash, we just don't know when,'" said Newman, the third-place finisher. "We saw (an airborne car) two times this weekend, so maybe we need to look at things that keep the car down on the ground."
Of the crash, Edwards said, "I'm glad the car didn't go up in the grandstands. I saw some fencing at one point and that made me a little bit nervous. I don't know if I could live with myself if I ended up in the grandstands."
Carl Edwards (99) goes airborne after crashing with Ryan Newman, rear, and Brad Keselowski on the final lap.

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Charles Dudley Jr April 27, 2009 | 4:46 a.m.

It is a miracle of engineering and the love of God that was able for Carl Edwards to walk away from this horrible wreck.

Thank you to all of Nascar for helping to build and design safe race cars.

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