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Kevin Ward Jr.’s Family Disputes Toxicology Report in Court Filing

The family of Kevin Ward Jr. has refuted the toxicology report that stated he smoked marijuana on the night he was struck and killed by a car driven by Tony Stewart in a 2014 race. Daniel McFadin of NBC Sports provided details from the official court filing by Ward's parents, noting that Kevin and Pamela Ward “admit that a toxicology report exists that allegedly found Kevin A. Ward Jr. to have smoked marijuana within at least five hours of participating in the August 9, 2014, race. However, plaintiffs deny the validity, accuracy and admissibility of said report.” The accident involving Stewart and Ward occurred after Ward's car hit the wall during the race and spun out, forcing him to exit the vehicle. According to Stewart'...

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