Race Leads to Injuring 10 NASCAR Fans by a Falling Cable

The NASCAR race at Charlotte Motor Speedway turned out to be a bizarre when an overhead TV camera fell from the grandstands on the track surface during the race and disturbed everyone’s mood to enjoy the race. 
The cover story
Almost ten people were injured and three others were hospitalized when the overhead TV camera fell distracting everyone’s mood from the spirit of enjoying perfect race to a terrified expression of fear. Mostly the camera depends on three ropes, one being the drive rope and the other two kept on the sides. The main fault occurred when the drive rope gave up and fell straight on the track surface. A chaotic atmosphere was surrounded for almost half an hour till everything could be cleared by the crew members of the race. NASCAR also gave the participants time to repair their cars for any kind of damage. A special treatment is being given to all the fans that were injured by Fox Sports.
The accident sport
The accident had taken place on lap number 121 of the 400-lap NASCAR Spirit Cup.
This created damage to some of the cars which were on with the race but thankfully avoided injuries to any of the drivers.
Well-known truck racer winner Kyle Busch’s car suffered minor scratches on the front wheel but was given time to come up with them.
After a wait of about 27 minutes everything turned out to be back to normal and the same noise and cheering carried up in the race. But the thing that is fishy is that how can the main rope fall all of a sudden? Investigation is still on in this matter and getting a positive response regarding the truth will soon be discovered and conveyed to everyone.