David Poole, the NASCAR’s motorsports columnist for the Charlotte Observer, died Tuesday of a heart attack at 50.
Charlotte Observer NASCAR reporter, David Poole, had a heart attack in his Stanfield home. Poole’s daughter called 911 and he was transported to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
Poole was in his 13th season covering NASCAR for the Observer. David Poole covered this past weekend race at Talladega saying:
“Is racing at Talladega out of control?” he wrote. “I say it is...Read Full Story
Longtime NASCAR writer David Poole passed away due to a heart attack on April 28, 2009 a the age of 50.He died at his home in Stanfield, North Carolina.He had covered NASCAR for the Charlotte Observer for 13 years.From an obituary written by Jay W. Pennell at Hardcore Racefans: HardcoreRaceFans.com would like to extend its condolences to the family of motorsports journalist David Poole. The 50-year-old writer passed away Tuesday at his home in Stanfield, N.C. as a result of a heart attack...Read Full Story