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Wrestling Legend Macho Man Randy Savage Dies in Car Accident


Macho Man Randy Savage died this morning in a car accident in Tampa, FL.  According to his brother, Larry Poffo, Randy suffered a heart attack while driving and lost control of his vehicle.

Police reports were just released stated that Savage veered across a concrete median through oncoming traffic and hit a tree head on.  Savage's wife of one year, Lynn, was a passenger and survived with minor injuries.  Savage was transported to Largo Medical Center where he later died.  He was 58 years old.

According to officials at the scene both Randy and Lynn were wearing their seat belts and drugs nor alcohol played a role in the accident.  An investigation is ongoing.

Macho Man Randy Savage began his wrestling career in 1985 and was a hero to a whole generation, he will truly be missed by his friends, family and his legions of fans.  My heart goes out to his family and especially his wife.  RIP Macho Man.

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