Ferrari F430 Dies a Horrible Death in Hospital Garage

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We hope this wasn't a Scuderia.

Another day, another fiery end befalls a Ferrari. This time, the victim was a F430 (we’re pretty sure) and the setting was the first-floor doctor’s parking lot at St. Mary Medical Center in Middletown, Pennsylvania. According to a local news source, the fire consumed two vehicles, one more “modest” than the Ferrari, which reportedly belonged to a surgeon at the hospital. It’s unclear which car the fire sprung from, but there’s no doubting the result. Thankfully, no-one was injured. Fire marshals are working out what happened.

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