Ferrari car crash in Ipswich destroys car, Suffolk Police says

Emergency providers dashed to the street at round 7am on Saturday and located nobody was harm in the smash. Police officers, although, arrested a person on the scene.

The street, in Ipswich, Suffolk, was sealed off as police investigated the crash all through Saturday, reviews Suffolk Live.

The images taken on the scene present the purple Ferrari with a totally crumpled bonnet, whereas one other car has been flipped onto its aspect.

Police may be seen inspecting the crashed vehicles in the pictures shared by Suffolk Live.

Two squad vehicles seem to have blocked in the Ferrari.

The race car is in the center of the street, whereas the flipped car landed on the pavement exterior a house and driveway.

Suffolk Constabulary was unable to substantiate something additional than the truth that one individual has been detained following the incident, and no members of the general public have been injured.

Last month, an unlucky Ferrari driver crashed his £250,000 supercar on the identical day he had purchased it.

The model new car solely noticed two miles on the street earlier than its new proprietor promptly crashed it.

The Ferrari 488 was concerned in a serious collision in Derby on April 1.

Dramatic images depict the costly car with a crumpled bonnet and considerably scratched.

Other than the hit to his satisfaction, the unnamed driver didn’t endure any accidents.

Derbyshire Roads Policing Unit wrote on Twitter: “Driver bought a Ferrari this morning and crashed it after driving it less than 2 miles. No injuries.”

One Twitter consumer replied: “OH NO!! Wounded.”

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