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WATCH: Brazilian Bobsledders Walk Away From Scary Crash

Brazil's women bobsled will compete on Tuesday despite a significant crash while training.

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    Brazil's women's bobsled team walked away from a spectacular crash on Sunday during two-man training.

    On their first practice run, driver Fabiano Santos and Sally Mayara da Silva flipped their sled, which went airborne coming out of a turn on the Sanki Sliding Center track and bashed into a wall. The tipped bobsled slid on its side down a long straightaway and Santos' helmeted head banged off one side as the 400-pound (180-kilogram) vehicle skittered down the ice.

    Track workers pulled both athletes from the toppled sled. They were checked by medical personnel and don't have any serious injuries.

    Their sled received some damage.

    Brazil's team did not to take its sixth and final run, but Santos and da Silva are expected to compete on Tuesday's first day of competition.