Two men in a Ferrari were driving down the PCH to Malibu, CA on Sunday morning. According to authorities, the sports car hit a power pole and split in two onto the beach, 30 feet below the highway. Both occupants were thrown from the vehicle, the passenger was killed and the driver is in critical condition at this time.
Take a look at the damages below in the video:
A Ferrari was cut in half when it hit a power pole along Pacific Coast Highway and crashed onto a Pacific Palisades beach Sunday, killing one man and critically injuring another.
The driver, who was headed from Malibu to Pacific Palisades, apparently lost control of the vehicle at a pair of S-curves just inside the L.A. city limits and hit a power pole, police said.
The 1999 Silver Ferrari was sheared in two and both passengers were thrown out. The sports car landed on the beach about 30 feet below the road.
Fire department spokesman Erik Scott said both victims were men. The passenger, 23-year-old Basil Max Price III, of Pomona, died at the scene. Paramedics took the driver, 24-year-old Vladimir Skvortsov of Upland, to UCLA Medical Center in critical condition.
It is amazing that anyone survived this crash…It is amazing that anyone survived this crash…