OSHKOSH - Anywhere you walk at EAA AirVenture, someone is asking ortalking about NASCAR team owner Jack Roush.
Roush was injured in a plane crash when arriving at EAA onTuesday night. He is listed in serious, but stable condition atThedaClark hospital in Neenah.
His passenger, Brenda Strickland, was treated and releasedfrom the hospital Wednesday afternoon.
Roush was supposed to sign autographs Wednesday morning at theFord Motor Company tent. Instead, the schedule of appearances had ablank where his name had been. He is still scheduled to signautographs Thursday.
"Aviation is a huge part of his life and mine too," said GregReihing of Toledo, Ohio. "It would have been a great opportunity tomeet and greet him."
Roush also has a tent for his performance car engines and parts.A person there was not able to comment on the incident.
People all over the grounds are stunned by the incident and wishhim well.
"How can that happen? An experienced pilot like that," said TomRutherford of Rice Lake. "I'm sure they'll find out its somethingmechanical and did a great job of getting the plane down the besthe could."
Fans call him an experienced pilot. Roush was involved in aplane crash in 2002 in Alabama. The NTSB is investigating theincident.
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