The upstate is pretty much home. I wasn't born here, but the family moved to Greenville 40 years ago when Dad took a job in the textile business. Went to J. L. Mann High, then saw my daughter graduate from the same school. I started in the radio business after one semester of college, which I found out was too hard. (College, not this!) I was lucky to get started here at WESC 30 years ago, and haven't found anything else I really wanted to do more. And I like the things we have on WESC ... I do like country music, I do like racing, I just don't like getting up at 3 am.
There's not a lot to report. Hospitals are not talking about the condition of those still hospitalized, but most of the injured are home now. Here's the update from MRN:
The Associated Press reported Sunday evening that seven people remained hospitalized in stable condition in Daytona Beach – according to Halifax Health spokesman Byron Cogdell – after suffering injuries following a twelve-car crash at the conclusion of Saturday’s Nationwide Series race that sent debris showering into the frontstretch grandstand. Six fans who had been treated at a different