Friday, January 09, 2009

Accident : Christiano Ronaldo dengan Kereta Sport Ferrari

Fuhh... Nasib tak der pape.. kalau tak, jenuh Sir Alex nak cari pengganti.

Smash ... Ronaldo's wrecked Ferrari sportscar
Manchester Evening News

CRISTIANO Ronaldo obliterated his Ferrari after losing control of his £200,000 supercar. The lucky Manchester Utd winger escaped without a scratch after the Italian sportscar was smashed to smithereens in a crash early today.

Witnesses said his car was a "mangled wreck" – and police say it is a write-off.
Ronaldo was travelling through a two-lane tunnel at Manchester Airport when he hit the wall – sending parts of the barrier flying across the dual carriageway.

Ronaldo was able to get out of the vehicle himself and was spoken to by police at the scene after the smash at 10.20am.
A witness said: "The front of Ronaldo's car was completely mangled. There was metal all over the road and debris - and we had to dodge our way through it.

“Ronaldo was just standing at the side of the road looking forlorn and bewildered.
“My daughter said to me, 'Oh my God - that's Cristiano Ronaldo!' It's amazing he was okay because his car looked so bad.”

A club spokesman said: “Cristiano was involved in an incident this morning. No other cars were involved.
“He’s fine and is training as normal with the team this morning.”

The crash happened in the tunnel which takes traffic under the airport runways between Wilmslow and Hale.
The red Ferrari was badly damaged in the collision with the front edge of the vehicle completely demolished.
No other vehicle was understood to have been involved.
One of the wheels had come off in the incident and was about 200 yards behind where the vehicle had come to rest.

Wreck ... cops photograph Ferrari

His team-mate, goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar, was reported to have been travelling behind Ronaldo at the time of the crash.
The Ferrari was later loaded on to a recovery truck, covered in a black sheet, as the road was reopened.

The winger came on as a substitute in the final 30 minutes of his team’s 1-0 Carling Cup defeat to Derby County last night.
A Greater Manchester Police spokesman said no-one was injured in the incident.

The spokesman added: “At about 10.20am police were called to the A538 Wilmslow Road near to Manchester Airport following reports of a road traffic collision.

“Officers attended and discovered a Ferrari had collided with a barrier. No one is believed to have been injured. Inquiries are continuing.”



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