Life is really precious and you never know when the time is up. It’s scary because when you wake up and get out of bed you don’t know when it’s time to leave. It’s no wonder they say live every day like it’s your last.
You never know what can happen to you when you walk out of the house. Over the weekend, people made plans to go to the Fabens mud race. Unfortunately, some of these viewers were injured after an unusual accident.
But unfortunately one person, Willie Valadez Ramirez, lost his life after being hit by one of the racing drivers. At least 8 people were hit in the mud races on Sunday evening. There were two seriously injured people with life-threatening injuries, including Willie Valadez Ramirez, who unfortunately did not survive.
It’s scary because unusual accidents happen that you don’t know about until it all happens at once. Roberto Tovar shared footage with The Real Fit Fam El Paso seconds before the crash. The clip from the mud race shows the car ready to sprint on the starting line before it lost control.
It’s terrifying to see because you can imagine how those around you felt. The last few seconds of the video show the racing driver losing control and heading towards Roberto Tovar. Fortunately, Roberto Tovar managed to avoid the heavy hit.
Let’s hope that the others who were also hit by the mud eater can survive and recover. You can see the footage before everything happened that The Real Fit Fam El Paso shared above. A Go Fund Me page has been created for Willie Valadez Ramirez and you can contribute by clicking here. I wish the injured a full recovery, and I also extend my condolences to Willie Valadez Ramirez’s family.
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