LEBANON, Tenn. (BP)–While 40,000 excited fans enjoyed the NASCAR Busch Series Pepsi 300 at the new Nashville Superspeedway Saturday, one man was content to take a break from the crowd. After six hours of manning bumper-to-bumper traffic at the track’s inaugural race, State Trooper Jack Troy Vaughn took his first rest of the day to grab something to eat. The meal was provided by the Emergency Personnel Support Team (EPS). Vaughn paused in between bites of ham to comment, “We’re not used to this kind of hospitality. We’re used to hostility not hospitality.”
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