'Grave Digger' driver hurt in crash at Tampa monster truck rally

The driver of famed monster truck Grave Digger is recovering following a crash at a Florida rally over the weekend.

Fan video shows the truck landing upside down while attempting to do a flip at the "Monster Jam" event at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Saturday night. The show was stopped while medical personal responded to driver Dennis Anderson.

Monster Jam promoter Feld Entertainment says in a statement that "medical care professionals tended to Anderson on site and then transported him to a local hospital for further evaluation."

Anderson's son, Adam Anderson, said on Instagram Tuesday that his father is "getting better," but didn't offer details on the injury.

Danica Rivera witnessed the crash from the front row, where she was sitting with her two children, 11-year-old Zoe and 9-year-old Zachary. Rivera happened to be shooting video on her cellphone the moment the massive truck flipped.

Rivera told FOX 13, "Our prayers are with that family. We knew something was wrong when they pulled up the vehicles to block the way and he wasn't moving his legs when they lifted him."