Two dead after Ferrari hits Lamborghini when swarm of supercars overtake cars
This the horrifying moment a Ferrari, a Lamborghini and a camper van collided into each other in Italy, killing two tourists.
The vehicles crashed into each other in San Giovanni Suergiu in the Italian province of South Sardinia on Monday, 2nd October.
Two Swiss tourists who were in the Ferrari, Melissa Krautli, 63, and 67-year-old Markus Krautli, were killed.
Footage of the crash shows the blue Lamborghini trying to overtake the white camper driving in front of it.
But seconds later the red Ferrari driving from behind also tries to overtake at the same time, hitting the Lamborghini.
The vehicle was then pushed under the camper, which is thrown and overturns, blocking both roads.
The Lamborghini crashed off the road with the camper blocking both lanes and on its side.
The red Ferrari, which can no longer be seen in the video, also reportedly overturned on the other side of the road, where it caught fire, trapping the couple who were inside.
A couple, aged 61 and 62, who were travelling in the camper were injured in the incident and taken to hospital.
Two people who were in the Lamborghini were also injured and hospitalized.
The occupants of the Ferrari and Lamborghini were participating in the Sardinia Supercar Tour, a gathering of luxury sports cars that started from Teulada and is supposed to end in Olbia, local media reports.
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