Cody Ware Treated and Released After Texas Accident UPDATE

UPDATE: After a hard accident at Texas on Sunday, Cody Ware says he plans to race this weekend at TalladegaHe says he dealing with some stretched ligaments and bruising and swelling in his foot and ankle. 🚨 "Dealing with some stretched ligaments and just a lot of bruising and swelling in my foot and ankle.”🗣️ @CodyShaneWare offers an update following his wreck at Texas and tells @DanielleTrotta and @LarryMac28 he expects to be cleared to race at @TALLADEGA this weekend. #NASCAR— SiriusXM NASCAR Radio (Ch. 90) (@SiriusXMNASCAR) September 27, 2022Thanks to everyone for reaching out with support and kind words… The current plan is to race this weekend at Talladega! Going through physical therapy to deal with ligament damage and a few other things. Might still be on crutches come race day but that‘s not gonna stop me 👊🏻— Cody Ware (@CodyShaneWare) September 27, 2022ORIGINAL POST 9-24-2022:  #51-Cody Ware was treated and released from the Texas Motor Speedway infield care center on Sunday following and accident on lap 168 of the Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500. ROBBY BENTON, Rick Ware Racing — Team Statement regarding Cody Ware accidentWHAT CAN YOU TELL US ABOUT CODY WARE? “He has been treated and released. We are thankful to the track crew here. We had a bit of a delay going through the normal protocol of x-rays and reviews and making sure there were no fractures. All of that came back clear. He will be on the team plane with us to return to Charlotte tonight and we are happy he is okay.”NO BROKEN BONES? ANY NEED TO FOLLOW UP? “No broken bones. I feel like we will probably follow up just as a precaution. He will see a specialist with Ortho Carolina once we get home. For as hard of a hit as that was, we are thankful it is as clean as it is and he will be okay to go home tonight.”WAS IT UPPER BODY OR LOWER BODY? “A little bit of discomfort in his ankle.”NO CONCUSSION? “No concussion.”— Ford Performance —— Rick Ware Racing (@RickWareRacing) September 25, 2022