Crash in Ferrari, two dead in Sardinia: they are husband and wife, Swiss aged 67 and 63, the victims of the road accident which occurred this morning along state road 195, in San…
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Crash in Ferraritwo deaths in Sardinia: they are husband and wife, Swiss aged 67 and 63, the victims of the road accident which occurred this morning along state road 195, in San Giovanni Suergiu, in Sulcis. The two, who were taking part in a sports car rally in southern Sardinia, were traveling in a Ferrari which, according to the reconstruction of the Carabinieri and local police, collided with a car while overtaking. camper with some tourists on board.
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Due to the impact, the Ferrari flew off the road, overturned and caught fire. The two occupants were charred to death.
Deaths on Ferrari, what happened
A Lamborghini following the Ferrari with two Frenchmen on board was involved in the accident, ending up off the road. Both the occupants of the latter car and those of the camper did not suffer serious injuries. The two sports cars were taking part in a rally that started this morning from Teulada and would end in a few days in Olbia. Today a stop was scheduled in Masua.
Numerous cars such as Ferraris and Lamborghinis had set off from Forte Village as part of the Sardinia Supercar Experience. The final destination of the day was Mores, but at that moment the direction was Porto Flavia. Along the way, on a straight stretch of the 195 in San Giovanni Suergiu, the terrible head-on – during an overtaking – between a Swiss camper and a Ferrari, which took flight and then caught fire. The occupants of the vehicle, a Swiss couple, were charred to death. The husband was 67 years old, the wife 63. For today they had planned a lunch in Masua, the luxury car had been rented to participate in the event.
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