Rally car wreck in Spain: Shocking video shows moment car ploughs into spectators ‘Watch’

Rally car wreck in Spain : Shocking video shows moment car ploughs into spectators

Rally car spins, rams into crowd of fans in Spain killing 6.

Witnesses watched in horror yesterday as a vehicle involved in the popular race ploughed into a group of around 20 fans.

Four women and two males were among those killed at the La Coruna Rally in Spain, with the death toll expected to rise.

Ten people, including at least three children, were injured, according to local newspaper reports.

The horror incident happened just before in Carral near the city of La Coruna in Galicia.

The Peugeot 206 – thought to be driven by local man Sergio Tabeayo – lost control on a bend before crashing.

The competition, which attracted of spectators, was suspended immediately after.

Several ambulances rushed to the scene to take the wounded to the nearby La Coruna University Hospital Complex, where they are now being treated.

Civil Guard officers and local police also on the scene to attend to the victims’ families.

Witnesses in the area last night described the scene as “complete chaos”.

More than 130 cars were taking part in the rally, which was organised by the Escuderia La Coruna? group.

Mariano Rajoy, Spain’s prime minister, tweeted that the rally had been “tinged with mourning”.

He added: “My heartfelt condolences for those killed. I wish the injured a full and speedy recovery.”

The Toyota Breogan racing team, which was taking part in the race, also paid tribute online.

They wrote: “We send our deepest sympathy to the families of the victims of the Rally Coruna accident which occurred this afternoon.”