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Video: Jack Wood, Jason Kitzmiller Collected in Lap 59 Accident at Pocono

Jack Wood and Jason Kitzmiller will join a growing list of drivers who have retired from Friday Night’s General Tire #AnywhereIsPossible 200 at Pocono Raceway, after being involved in a multi-car accident just before the race’s second of two scheduled competition cautions.

 

The accident was the result of a restart with 22 laps to go, with drivers spreading out three and four wide into turn two, which usually doesn’t work at Pocono Raceway. Getting ready to enter turn three, Ryan Huff’s No. 36 made contact with Jack Wood’s No. 21, sending him spinning into Jason Kitzmiller.

As a result of the damage on their vehicles, both Wood and Kitzmiller would be done for the day, finishing in 17th and 18th.

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