Four people were injured and a luxury sports car was written off after a crash with a goods van in Hong Kong on Thursday. An initial police investigation suggests the van was travelling eastbound on Ting Kok Road, in Tai Po, when it swerved on to the opposite side of the road and hit a Ferrari 360 Modena F1 near Lo Tsz Tin shortly before 4pm. Both male drivers, and two female passengers, one in each vehicle, were injured. The 67-year-old driver of the HK$1.7 million Ferrari had to be released by firefighters from the seriously damaged vehicle, while the 63-year-old driver of the van briefly passed out before regaining consciousness on his way to Prince of Wales Hospital in Sha Tin. Both drivers passed breathalyser tests. The other victims all sustained minor injuries, and were treated in Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospital. Following the crash heavy congestion delayed traffic on the road, which leads to the popular holiday destination Tai Mei Tuk, as well as Bride’s Pool, in Plover Cove Country Park. Police are investigating.