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PHOTO GALLERY: Demolition derby at Boone County Fair

Monday, July 27, 2009 | 1:06 p.m. CDT
Randy Calvert from Harrisburg out of his burning car during a final heat of the Boone County Fair Demolition Derby. Calvert had previously won the stock car heat.

Drivers battled in mud Sunday night during the Boone County Fair Demolition Derby.

Derby fan Monty Perrigo waits as the first car of Sunday evening's demolition derby drives onto the track at the Boone County Fair.
Chris Bradshaw, 17, watches as his friends inspect damaged parts of his vehicle after he participated in the demolition derby on Sunday night that concluded the Boone County Fair.
Justin Schafer smashes into Rob Heuer and becomes attached to the modified car Sunday in the Boone County Fair Demolition Derby. A tractor had to pull the two cars apart to continue the competition.
Mud flies as Jeffy Gonzales of Columbia swerves to avoid an oncoming car.
Jacob Reed, in the car labeled "7x," and Jake Winston, in the orange car, battle it out in the mud pit at the Boone County Fair Demolition Derby on Sunday.
Jacob Reed in the car labeled "7x" and Jake Winston in the orange car at the Boone County Fair Demolition Derby on Sunday.
Three cars crash into one another in the compact division of the Boone County Fair Demolition Derby. The division opened with 11 cars, but only one remained running.
Attendees shield their eyes from the sun during Sunday's demolition derby.
Derby participant Trevor Howard revs his car's engine before the start of the 2009 demolition derby at the Boone County Fair.

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