Jordan Anderson NASCAR Truck Series wreck Jordan Anderson NASCAR Truck Series wreck [BrakeHardBlog/Twitter]

NASCAR Truck Series driver Jordan Anderson suffered a life-threatening injury in a fiery crash while racing at Talladega Speedway on Saturday.

The announcers were quick to note the amount of smoke as Anderson slammed into the wall and escaped his burning vehicle.

“Jordan Anderson involved in a scary accident today during the NASCAR Truck Series race at Talladega,” wrote Always Race Day.

Anderson did not escape injury as it would appear in the video. The driver was life-flighted to a nearby hospital in Birmingham for severe skin burns:

“An update on Jordan Anderson after his crash at Talladega Superspeedway. He is being airlifted to the hospital in Birmingham,” Fox Sports reported following the crash.

“Jordan Lewis has been loaded into a medical helicopter at Talladega,” reported Noah Lewis.

The racing world was quick to offer heartfelt condolences to Anderson:

“Sending prayers to my buddy Jordan Anderson,” fellow NASCAR driver Kris Wright wrote.

“Prayers and best wishes to Jordan Anderson,” wrote US Legend Cars/INEX.

“Well, that was terrifying… Jordan Anderson in flames, climbing from the truck as it slams into the inside wall. Doubt he knew where he was,” tweeted Nick DeGroot.

“That Jordan Anderson accident is one of the scariest things I’ve ever seen,” said Jay Arnold.

Multiple media reports said Anderson was awake and alert at the hospital.

[Always Race Day]