Philadelphia Flyers winger Jakub Voracek crashed his Ferrari California into a telephone pole near his hometown of Kladno, Czech Republic.
Philadelphia Flyers winger Jakub Voracek was in a car crash this morning that left his Ferrari totaled. It happened near his hometown of Klando, Czech Republic. According to the site, sport.cz, he was not injured. The pictures posted come from the same site. Another site, The700Level provided the following translation of the text from [...Photos]
Jakub Voracek got really, really lucky on Wednesday in the Czech Republic. Take one look at what his car looks like, and you’ll know he’s fortunate to even be alive, let alone fine after a nasty car crash.
The Flyers forward wrecked his Ferrari in a one-car crash in his native country Wednesday, but according to reports, the winger is OK after the accident. Voracek is “all...
Philadelphia Flyers forward Jakub Voracek, back home in his native Czech Republic for the off-season, amazingly was able to walk away from a horrific-looking accident in which he totaled his Ferrari. The accident occurred on Wednesday morning near his hometown of Kladn and given the state of his Ferrari, the fact he came away unscathed [...]The post Flyers forward Jakub Voracek uninjured...
from David Isaac of Flyer Files,
According to a report from Sport.cz, Flyers winger Jake Voracek was not injured when he crashed his Ferrari into a truck in his hometown of Kladno, Czech Republic at 11:30 a.m. Kladno time.
Pictures of the car (tranlated) on Sport.cz’s website sure make it look like Voracek, 23, was lucky to walk away from the accident with no injuries...
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