, 2022-12-18 10:07:24,
Ferrari crash leaves driver, 71, dead and the supercar split in half after high speed collision with a Mazda SUV and a Toyota in a canyon above Orange County
- Robert Nicoletti, a 71-year-old retired dental salesman from Orange County, California, was driving his red Ferrari on Friday afternoon
- Nicoletti was passing through Santiago Canyon in Southern California when he lost control and smashed into a Mazda SUV and a Toyota
- Nicoletti’s Ferrari was sliced in half and he was thrown from the vehicle and killed; the other two drivers were unharmed
- Police said they do not believe alcohol was a factor, but they do believe excessive speed could have contributed
Shocking footage shows the aftermath of a three-car smash in California on Friday, which left a Ferrari sliced in half.
Robert Nicoletti, a 71-year-old retired dental salesman from Orange County, was killed when his red Ferrari crashed into a silver Mazda SUV and a blue Toyota.
The other two drivers were unharmed.
Police said they do not believe alcohol was involved, but high speed could have been a factor, as Nicoletti’s Ferrari accelerated to prevent a Tesla behind from overtaking.
The crash happened in Santiago Canyon, near the town of Silverado, which is located in the Santa Ana Mountains…
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