Furious 7 continuous to dominate the box office in the United States and around the world on the weekend. A Lamborghini and Ferrari crashed in Beijing bring Fast & Furious to the real world.
Two super expensive sports cars crashing into each other is what can be seen in action movies like Furious 7. Now this happened also the real world on the weekend in China.
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A Ferrari and a Lamborghini crashed late on April 11 in a high-speed road race in Beijing. The two cars collided as they raced for the top position. The drivers lost control in the Datun Road Tunnel in Chaoyang district, near the National Stadium. According to South China Morning Post, the Lamborghini, which had been trying to overtake, veered to the side, ran over a guardrail and hit the tunnel wall.
Only one person suffered slight injuries, which is also what happens a lot in movies. The lucky drivers belong to the same car club in Beijing. Furious 7 just opened this weekend in China. Looks like the drivers took it as inspiration to take the action to the streets of Beijing.
Furious 7 has earned an estimated $255.6 million world-wider in its second weekend. In its opening weekend the car action movie made $386 million world-wide.
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