Our thoughts and prayers go out to Scotty Lumbert driver of TFH "Spirit of Texas"

Update 8/22 2016

Scott and Lynn Lumbert by Jenna Van - GoFundMe

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“I was there at Sunday’s event, watching from around the starting line,” said Captain Glenn Hanson of the Marble Falls Police Department.
“It looked like there was more fire and water than there should have been once he got to the finish line and once the water and smoke finally cleared there was nothing left of the boat,” said Hanson.

Spirit of Texas TFH #807 vs. Nitrochondriac Top Fuel Hydro #246 Final Round at Marble Falls 8/14/2016.

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The Highland Lakes Newspapers acquired from sources.

The boat said to be traveling at speeds of 240MPH, looked as though something malfunctioned as it crossed the finish line and began to roll down the Colorado River for several hundred feet before coming to a stop.

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“I was there at Sunday’s event, watching from around the starting line,” said Captain Glenn Hanson of the Marble Falls Police Department.

“It looked like there was more fire and water than there should have been once he got to the finish line and once the water and smoke finally cleared there was nothing left of the boat,” said Hanson.

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According to updates via social media on Monday morning, Lumbert’s sister, Missy Lumbert-Gregorio said the Lucas Oil Team Rescue immediately cared for Lumbert before he was transported by air to the Level 1 Trauma Center at Brackenridge after Sunday’s accident.

Source: Lumbert critically injured after Lakefest accident | Burnet Bulletin

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