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Randy Savage Car Accident Death**

What Happened to Randy Savage?

One of the world’s most famous professional wrestlers, Ralph Poffo, better known as “Randy Macho Man Savage,” was born on November 15, 1952, in Columbus, OH. Savage died tragically in a fatal car crash on May 20, 2011. Savage died in a tragic car accident while driving his wife in their Jeep Wrangler in Pinellas County, Florida.

Accident investigators say Savage may have experienced a “medical event” like a heart attack immediately before losing control of his Jeep and crashing head-on into a tree.

Although medical officials and investigators couldn’t make any official claims about the unnamed medical event, Savage did not survive the medical event or car crash. His wife, Barbara L. Poffo, sustained non-fatal injuries, and she survived the horrific crash.

The Life of Randy Savage

Before his death, Savage was a long-term member of the world-famous WWE wrestling group. Savage entered the WWE when it was still called the World Wrestling Federation in 1985.

Savage joined a string of other professional wrestlers who died prematurely related to unfortunate circumstances.

Personal Injury Lawyers Handle Car Accident Claims

The case of Randy Savage didn’t result in having to involve a personal injury lawyer. However, many issues that involve car accidents and wrongful death claims end up in court when one party contests the circumstances behind car accidents, truck accidents, or drunk driving incidents. 

When people or their loved ones get into car accidents, they have legal rights. Talking to a personal injury attorney helps people to understand their legal rights and have a trained legal expert to stand by their side and represent them in court. At Robert J. DeBry & Associates, we have an expert team to help you and your family through this difficult time. 

To contact an attorney from Robert J. DeBry & Associates, visit or call us at (801) 888-8888.

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