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Demolition Derby kicks up dust before thousands of spectators

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The annual Demolition Derby attracted thousands of Carbon County residents to the fairgrounds last Saturday night. With over 30 participants, the Derby was loaded with fender bending action. Gus Adams walked away the winner of the main event and also the title of most agressive driver while Ryan Piccalo finished victorious in the wipe out event. Awards were also given to Chris Montoya for the best hit and best paint went to Jeromy Gunter. The event has become a tradition in Carbon County and attracts fans from across the Castle Valley to attend and watch the dust fly as competitiors strive to be the driver of the last car running in the aggressive competition.

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