ROTTERDAM A 21-year-old man from Rotterdam is deceased early yesterday morning on the A20. The man drove to half past five to Gouda, but lost at the exit Capelle aan den IJssel power over the wheel of his Suzuki Ignis, rode against the safety and came to stand still on the road.
A Hummer H3 driven by a 30-year-old man from Gouda, the car could not avoid and rode on top. The victim died on the A20.
The driver of the Hummer has been arrested by the Police Rotterdam-Rijnmond. They examine what exactly happened and whether the non-consolidated Gouwenaar fault.
Brasil: Whats Left of a Volkswagen Cross Fox.. Head on Collision with Truck on Highway. The people in the car did not survive.
At least 20 people were killed today, most of them Russian, when a tourist bus overturned near the Red Sea resort of Eiliat, in Israel.
Israeli rescue services said dozens of people were also seriously injured in the crash. A local official said the tourists were from St Petersburg, Russia, and had just arrived in Eiliat.
The Magen David Adom rescue service told Reuters that there were about 60 passengers on the coach.
The accident took place on a desert road near the Egyptian border.
Around 30 ambulances rushed to the scene, and Israel’s air force sent six helicopters to evacuate the seriously wounded.
Michel Alexei, the bus owner, told the Israeli Yediot Ahronot website that the scene “looks like a battlefield”.
Television footage showed that the bus had rolled down a slope into a ravine.
The $250,000 Ferrari was found wrapped around a pole after “zinging” through a residential area.
Both the driver and his passenger walked free from the wreckage, but were taken to Royal Adelaide Hospital for treatment.
A witness identified only as Vlado said: “I was outside my house talking and we heard something fly up and it was this black Ferrari. It sounded just like, ‘zing, zing”, as it went past.”
We’re making a few assumptions here, but when a young guy is driving a Ferrari worth a quarter of a million bucks, and then splits it almost in two, someone’s going to be grounded for life.