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Young boy tragically killed in horrific Ferrari crash

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Alexander Worth
Alexander Worth

A 13-year-old boy who was killed when a Ferrari F50 he was travelling in crashed in a village has been named by police.

Alexander Worth, of Kings Worthy, near Winchester, Hampshire, died at the scene following the single-vehicle crash on an access road on Hook Road, North Warnborough, on Monday.

The Ferrari F50 the teenager was a passenger in collided with wooden fence posts on the road that leads to Newlyns and Lodge Farms.

A 37-year-old man from Surrey who was also in the red supercar was taken to North Hampshire Hospital with serious injuries, Hampshire Constabulary said.