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Old 07-02-2006, 06:17 PM
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http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060702/...oat_race_crash

MADISON, Ind. - A car plowed into a crowd Sunday at a speedboat race on the Ohio River, sending as many as a dozen people to a hospital, according to reports.

The car plunged into the river and the Madison Regatta was halted, The Madison Courier reported.

Between eight and 12 people were transported to a hospital, the newspaper reported. Four people were airlifted to University Hospital in Louisville, Ky., television station WHAS reported.

Madison is in southeast Indiana, midway between Louisville, Ky., and Cincinnati. The annual boat race draws thousands of people to the riverside community of about 13,000 every Fourth of July weekend.
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Was Ted Kennedy driving ?
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http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060702/...oat_race_crash

MADISON, Ind. - A car plowed into a crowd Sunday at a speedboat race on the Ohio River, sending as many as a dozen people to a hospital, according to reports.

The car plunged into the river and the Madison Regatta was halted, The Madison Courier reported.

Between eight and 12 people were transported to a hospital, the newspaper reported. Four people were airlifted to University Hospital in Louisville, Ky., television station WHAS reported.

Madison is in southeast Indiana, midway between Louisville, Ky., and Cincinnati. The annual boat race draws thousands of people to the riverside community of about 13,000 every Fourth of July weekend.
whos race was it.
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Madison Regatta, we left right before the car attack 11 people went to hospital...the driver claimed he passed out.
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