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This fiery crash in Fairfield, California on Saturday afternoon left the male driver of a 1998 Corvette reportedly clinging to life with serious injuries.
California Highway Patrol officials say the Corvette was doing more than 120 mph about 4 p.m. on State Route 37 westbound as he raced another car, possibly a purple Dodge Charger, according to witness statements.
The Corvette driver lost control and crashed into a concrete barrier approaching Highway 29 and burst into flames after coming to rest, CHP Solano said on Facebook. Photos from the scene show rubble scattered across the highway, and only the frame and drivetrain of the Corvette remaining intact.
The 34-year-old Corvette driver from Fairfield was rescued from his car but suffered major life-threatening injuries, while his passenger sustained minor injuries. CHP says both occupants were wearing their seatbelts when the crash happened.
No word on the other vehicle believed to have been involved in the crash.
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