‘Grave Digger’ driver Dennis Anderson injured during Monster Jam performance at Raymond James Stadium

Tampa Florida – The driver of the legendary monster truck Grave Digger was ...

Tampa Florida – The driver of the legendary monster truck Grave Digger was injured at the annual Monster Jam show at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa this past weekend.

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Dennis Anderson, who created the well known Grave Digger monster truck way back in 1981 and still drives the truck at many shows, was hurt pretty bad when the truck landed topsy turvy on an incline amid the execution Saturday. He was taken to a neighborhood hospital healing facility and treated, says the Monster Jam administration.

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Anderson’s son and daughter additionally performed at the occasion on Saturday in Tampa, which had a normal crowd of around 60,000 individuals. Anderson’s development is broadly viewed as the greatest name in the business  and is frequently the greatest draw for fans.

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