On Thursday, the autopsy report on the dead body of race car driver Jason Leffler was published. The report exposed that the versatile driver died from a blunt force neck injury.
The Medical Examiner of the Delaware County found out neck injury as the cause of Leffler’s death. He sustained that injury during the car accident.
On Wednesday night, Leffler’s car bumped at the wall of New Jersey’s Bridgeport Speedway. He was running in that sprint car race. Sergeant Adam Grossman from New Jersey State Police said that Leffler had to be extricated from his car after the accident. He was taken to the hospital immediately after the accident.
However, the police of the New Jersey State have not still closed their investigation on the cause of the driver’s death.
Leffler was a versatile racer who became victorious in open-wheel divisions championships and attempted at all of the three series of NASCAR for at least one full season.
Leffler, nicknamed as ‘LEFturn’, left one little son named Charlie.