KEY WEST, FL - NOVEMBER 09: In this handout provided by Florida Keys News Bureau, Rescue personnel work on extracting offshore powerboat racers Robert M. Morgan of Sunrise Beach, Mo., and Jeffrey Tillman of Kaiser, Mo., after their 46-foot catamaran was involved in a violent accident during the first of three race days at the Key West World Championship on Nov. 9, 2011 in Key West, Florida. (Photo by Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau via Getty Images)
A New Jersey offshore powerboat racer who was injured at the Key West World Championship has been discharged from the hospital in good condition.
Danny Crank was admitted late Sunday after the 38-foot Superboat 750-class Warpaint he throttled slammed into the sea on the second lap of a 6.5-mile course during the final race. The 40-year-old is from Hazlet, New Jersey.
Driver Bob Vespe was treated for minor injuries. Crank sustained lacerations and a mild concussion and was airlifted to the hospital. He was released Tuesday.
Three other racers died last week in two separate accidents.
Officials say initial investigations into the crashes show no safety violations or factors that could lead to criminal citations or charges.