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Bruce Jenner and son reportedly crash $500K truck in Mexico during off-road race

Instagram via Burt Jenner

 (Instagram via Burt Jenner)

Bruce Jenner and his son, Burt, were reportedly involved in a crash in Baja, Mexico last week when their $500,000 off-road vehicle veered into a ditch.

TMZ reported the father and son, 65 and 36, respectively, were participating in the Baja 1000 – a 1,130-mile, off-road race – when their suped up mega truck veered into a ditch at mile 170.

The elder Jenner, who reportedly was behind the wheel, and his son had to wait a few hours before their crew could make it to their location. They drank beer and ate pizza with some locals while they waited.

The younger Jenner posted a photo of the crash.

A photo posted by Burt Jenner (@bjenner) on

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“A photo finally came in of my dad and I in the ditch with the truck on it’s side… if anyone sees photos or footage please let me know!” he captioned the picture.

The crew eventually reached them, but had to pull out because they had lost too many hours after the wreck.

A photo posted by Burt Jenner (@bjenner) on

“We had a blast, learned a ton about Baja, made a bunch of new friends who I will remember for life, didn’t bend the truck (even though we went off twice) and we came home safe,” Burt Jenner captioned a group photo on Instagram. “In this picture is the group of people who helped us out in the middle of the desert when we broke the truck and offered us pizza and beer and radios … at this point after hours in the desert dad and I were starving, thirsty, and needed a radio to signal our race was over … they pretty much solved all [our] problems and made life good again."

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