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NASCAR World Reacts To Terrifying Crash On Saturday

NASCAR driver Jordan Anderson in a terrifying crash on Saturday.

HAMPTON, GEORGIA - MARCH 19: Tate Fogleman, driver of the #30 Rangeline Group Toyota, and Jordan Anderson, driver of the #3 EasyCare/Bommarito.com Chevrolet, spin after an on-track incident as Tanner Gray, driver of the #15 Ford Performance Ford, and Matt Jaskol, driver of the #46 AutoParts4Less.com Toyota, pass during the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Fr8 208 at Atlanta Motor Speedway on March 19, 2022 in Hampton, Georgia. (Photo by Mike Mulholland/Getty Images)

The NASCAR world had to witness a pretty terrifying crash on Saturday afternoon. 

NASCAR Truck Series driver Jordan Anderson had to be air lifted following an accident on Saturday.

It was very scary.

"Jordan Anderson is being airlifted by helicopter to a local hospital. FS1 says Anderson has burns and remains in a lot of pain," one fan reports.

Our thoughts are with Anderson on Saturday afternoon.

"Caution for Jordan Anderson, whose truck caught fire and hit the wall. He was able to get out of the truck -- very quickly, like he was already unbuckled when the hit happened -- and then went to the ground after he was able to get out," Bob Pockrass tweeted.

NASCAR on FOX had an update on Anderson on Saturday afternoon.

Our thoughts are with Anderson and his family.