A California three-car accident that left one person dead caused a Ferrari to split in half.
A man driving a Ferrari lost control and crashed on a treacherous California highway, severing the luxury car in two.
At high speeds and unable to make a curve, Robert Nicoletti crashed his silver Mazda SUV into a blue Toyota in the Silverado neighborhood in the Santa Ana Mountains, killing both people inside. Fox News Digital quoted Anselmo Templado, CHP’s Public Information Officer.
After being thrown from his Ferrari, Nicoletti was pronounced dead at the spot. There were two more automobiles involved, and the drivers only got scratched up.
The fatal crash, which strewn debris down the roadway and slope, did not appear to be alcohol-related.
Fox 11 Los Angeles’ aerial footage of the event showed the red Ferrari was completely destroyed by the accident, with the back half of the car being sawed off from the seats in the back.
According to The Daily Mail, Nicoletti was a 71-year-old dentistry salesperson in retirement.
The Orange County Register reported in January that new electronic signage showing the speed of passing automobiles had been erected on the 55 mph road after a spate of fatal accidents.
There were six deadly motorcycle accidents along the 11-mile stretch in a span of seven weeks during the summer of 2016, the article reported.