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    World's Costliest Fender Bender?

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This photo taken on December 4, 2011 shows shows damaged Ferrari sports cars along a stretch of the Chugoku highway in Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi prefecture, western Japan following a 14-vehicle pile up. Eight Ferraris, three Mercedes-Benzes and a Lamborghini were involved in the accident on the highway in western Japan, with 10 people taken to hospital but none seriously injured.  JAPAN OUT   RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE   MANDATORY CREDIT   "AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN" (Photo credit should read YOMIURI SHIMBUN/AFP/Getty Images)

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    Nearly $4 million in cars piled up Sunday in Japan when eight Ferraris, three Mercedes, and a Lamborghini crashed on a wet highway. A pack of 20 supercars were traveling when the lead Ferrari hit the median guardrail; the cars behind it were then unable to brake in time. Fourteen cars ended up crashing, including two Toyotas. The cars were speeding, according to police, and 10 people sustained minor injuries. 

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