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Old 11-13-2011, 10:23 PM
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So Glad to hear those two guys are for the most part ok after an impact like that!
Nikonmiami, those are some of those most amazing still shots leading up to a Stuff I think anybody has ever seen!

Looks like Warpaint might even qualify as a diving submersible! Based on that crash impact, its quite an affirmation of the strength of their hull.

Lets hope future racing in Key West is absent the crashes and injuries the sport saw this year!

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Old 11-13-2011, 10:29 PM
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WOW !!! Glad to hear the guys will survive the crash with non life threatening injuries.
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Holy S*&t!!!!!!!!!
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Wow! Do you have any more pics?
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Wow! Do you have any more pics?

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It'd be neat to see the next couple as it came back out of the water.
Thanks for posting these. Glad to hear they are recovering.
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Wow, those are some amazing shots. You must have had some really high shutter speed to completely stop the props.

How much damage to the boat? Glad to hear the drivers weren't seriously injured.
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Shocking, amazing pics tho
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Old 11-13-2011, 11:33 PM
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wow.... glad there ok.......apache lay up wave crusher.
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S H I T F U C K !!!!!!! Awesome shots and thanks for sharing! Hope they don't get deleted "out of respect". LOL
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