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Daytona 911 call released

We have a 911 call placed seconds after a NASCAR crash at Daytona. Our ABC affiliate WFTV in Orlando got the tape Monday.

This call was placed seconds after driver Kyle Larson's race car crashed into the stands injuring 33 different people on Saturday.

The car's engine, tire, and debris went flying everywhere.

"There are two seriously injured people here ok? We've been calling for paramedics and nobody’s showed up. There's been a crash and these people are really serious. Spring tower section 0 row 30. We need help, big time, quick," said a bystander on that 911 call.

Monday, seven people still remain in the hospital from that crash.

The damaged wall had to be repaired before the big 500 race Saturday.

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