Fallen Metro Soldier to Be Honored at Kansas Speedway

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KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- A fallen U.S. Army soldier and racing fan from Olathe is being honored this weekend on the track at Kansas Speedway.

Pfc. Cale Miller was killed in Afghanistan in May when the vehicle he was in was destroyed by an IED. On Sunday, instead of the big-money sponsors usually seen on the side of the Kurt Busch Phoenix Racing #51 car, his name will be seen flying around the speedway in the NASCAR Hollywood Casino 400.

FOX 4's Rob Collins is Working for You with the report.

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