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Five critically injured, as supercar crashes into crowd at Paqpaqli motorshow

A British millionaire, who is believed to own over 30 supercars, has crashed his £750,000 Porsche 918 Spyder into a crowd at a motor show in Malta. 

Paul Bailey, from the East Midlands, was reported to be behind the wheel of the supercar when it sped off the track and crashed into a section of the crowd, leaving five people in a critical condition and fighting for their lives, including Mr Bailey, six year old girl and her mother. 21 others were also injured. The injured were suffering severe head injuries, multiple fractures and abdominal injuries, among others.



An eyewitness told the The Times of Malta 'The car was speeding down the taxiway when a back wheel went on the grass. The car spun out of control, went through the barriers where a large crowd was watching, and into the area of the static car exhibition.' 
The crash took place at the annual Paqpaqli Ghall-Istrina motor show in Malta yesterday and is the first serious accident at the popular motorshow, held to raise funds for the L-Istrina. 


Lucy Smith

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