Three people have recently died in Serbia, during the FIA European Hill Climb Championship, after a Mitsubishi rally car has hit the crowd that was standing really close to the road.
Rally cars are hitting the crowd during special stages for decades and this has been a serious problem over the years, but even if organizers of these events try to keep people far away from the road, these unfortunate incidents still happen and it seems that no one is learning anything from videos like the one posted below this article.
The latest example of such an unfortunate incident is coming from Serbia where a Mitsubishi rally car, whose driver lost control of the wheel, has hit a crowd. According to the guys at jalopnik.com, three people were killed on the spot and the organizers of the event banned all spectators from staying there in order to avoid more tragedies.
Our source is saying that the crash took place during the FIA European Hill Climb Championship in Serbia and, as you can see from the video posted below, the Mitsubishi rally car has hit the crowd that was standing close to the road in a high speed corner. The footage below contains the exact moment when the Mitsubishi rally car has hit the crowd. Viewer discretion is advised.