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Man killed in collision between a Bugatti and an ambulance responding to a 999 call

The collision resulted in a man in his 50s being pronounced dead at the scene by emergency responders, but it is not clear which vehicle he was traveling in

The Bugatti driver encountered an ambulance en route to an emergency
The Bugatti driver encountered an ambulance en route to an emergency

A man was killed in a collision between a Bugatti and an ambulance responding to a 999 call.

The collision happened around 6.30pm when the sports car struck an ambulance on the carriageway of the A6 northbound in Bedfordshire, its blue lights flashing.

Officers were called to the scene between Barton and Clophill.

The collision resulted in a man in his 50s being pronounced dead at the scene by emergency responders, but it is not clear which vehicle he was traveling in.

Bedfordshire Police say he has not yet been formally identified.

His next of kin have been informed of his death and are being supported by family liaison officers.







A man in his 50s has died in a collision between a Bugatti and an ambulance on the A6
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Sergeant Tim Davies of Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Roads Police asked for witnesses to get in touch

He said: “Our thoughts are with the family and friends of the victim at this moment.

“I would urge anyone to contact us as soon as possible if you witnessed the collision or were driving on the A6 at the time and saw the incident, particularly if you have a dashcam fitted to your vehicle .”

Police have not said which Bugatti model was involved in the accident.

But prices for a Bugatti Chiron capable of speeds in excess of 260mph cost more than £2.5million.

The car company was founded in 1909 by Ettore Bugatti, born in Milan, Italy in 1909 and can now be found in Alsace.

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In February, The Mirror reported how a mega-rich car enthusiast faces a police investigation after driving 260mph on the freeway after posting the high-speed footage on YouTube.

Tycoon Radim Passer, 58, was traveling between Berlin and Hanover in his Bugatti Chiron in July 2021.

He was accused of holding an illegal car race after he uploaded a clip to the video-sharing site in which he boasted about his early-morning stunt.

The Czech millionaire, lured by the lack of speed limits on German autobahns, has gotten into trouble with the police over his morning drive.

The Stendal public prosecutor announced that they had initiated investigations after becoming aware of the YouTube video.

Under German law, driving at such speeds is a punishable offense even if the roads have no set limits.

Authorities can intervene if the driver “was driving at an inappropriate speed and in a grossly erratic and reckless manner in order to achieve the maximum possible speed”.

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