Ever wondered what it a demolition derby looks like from the driver's seat? Kenny Hill was one of the competitors in the 2019 Wyoming State Fair Demolition Derby last weekend in Douglas.

Unfortunately for Kenny, his back tire fell off and he "got rolled" by another car in the field. After the event, Hill posted dashcam footage on YouTube demonstrating the impact of the collision.

Along with concerts and a PRCA rodeo, the Demolition Derby is one of the most popular events at the State Fair, which also included a freestyle motocross show, pig wrestling, and a carnival.

Nearly 30 drivers participated in the derby this year. 18 cars made it the final round and eventually, #5 was the last ride running, claiming the $3,000 grand prize for driver Ken Jackson.

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