One dead after Ferrari hits home northwest of Davenport

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MAYSVILLE, Iowa -- A driver was found dead inside a vehicle that had crashed into a home northwest of Davenport, according to officials.

The Scott County Sheriff's Office has identified the driver as  Kelly Phillip DeWulf, 58, of Wheatland, Iowa.

Around 11 p.m. Tuesday, December 12th first responders were called to a report of an explosion at a home near the intersection of Washington Street and Maysville Road, located just northwest of the Davenport Farm and Fleet.

Lt. Tara Dinneweth with the Scott County Sheriff's Office said the vehicle, identified as a 2013 Ferrari Spider, crashed into the front of the home.  Officials responding to the scene found the driver deceased inside the vehicle.  There was nobody else in the car.

The vehicle has since been removed from the home, said Lt. Dinneweth.  The home was still burning before 6 a.m.

One person was inside the home at the time of the crash, but was able to get out quickly and call 911, Lt. Dinneweth said.

Accident investigators remained on scene and were expected to remain there for the hours to come.

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