Ferrari F430 Extreme Crash and Fire: Passengers Survive

A terrible accident took place in Athens, Greece yesterday morning, when a Ferrari F430 was split in half and caught fire after the driver lost control and crashed. According to the local news, the driver, I. Leontiadis (a well known entrepreneur in his country), was driving at high speed on a wet road, with the car sliding at a certain point and hit a three on the middle section of the road.
The vehicle cut in half by the impact and fortunately the rescue services managed to get both the driver and the passenger, who were trapped what was left of the car, out before the vehicle caught fire. Both suffered certain injuries, but it seems that none of them was seriously affected. You can watch the aftermath of the even in the adjacent clip.
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