A stolen Ferrari crashes and bursts into flames in North Perth, killing one person

A stolen Ferrari crashes and bursts into flames in North Perth, killing one person

"As they approached the vehicle to talk to the occupants, the vehicle accelerated away, collapsed about 100 meters away and caught fire," said a WA police spokesman.

"I thought they were gone. I thought they were definitely dead. Because it was instant - it was so big, the whole thing was imbued," said Ms Di Lello.

"It was the most scary thing we've ever seen, and if it works out for you, it will make you think about someone else ... it's just the scariest thing to think about," Max said.

"Car fire extinguishers were tested that failed, as you can see in the car itself, it burned down quite quickly and the police couldn't get one person out of the car," he said.

"What we are looking for now is if anyone in the vicinity who was on the scene or witnessed the scene and has not yet spoken to the police, contact the police on 1800 333 000 and all shots would be appreciated," said Inspector Brierley.

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