Here’s a piece from What Really Happened by Scott Hoffman:“Round 3 of the 2012 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series was something out of a spaghetti western: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. There was that moment when I witnessed Trey Canard getting landed on where I felt sick to my stomach and was in a temporary shock for almost a minute. It was one of those slow motion experiences. I had my camera down for a split second while I was changing positions and I saw Canard not triple because he had caught and was dragging one of those annoying bale covers on his footpeg. He was all the way to the left of the track and then I realized that Morais was on a collision course for Canard. If you have seen some of the photos, Canard did not get clipped, he got completely landed on. I swear at the point of impact it sounded as if I heard the impact on his helmet-unfortunately I was that close. Right after the crash the officials were telling us not to shoot photos and moved us out of the area-that made my stomach sink once more as I thought of the worst case scenario. As of late Sunday both riders are beaten up and broken but are alive and are moving and have feeling throughout their bodies.”Read “What Really Happened: LA SX” by clicking the image below or visiting http://www.motocross.com/features/what-really-happened-los-angeles-sx/.