The road was closed while police dealt with the Ferrari accident, but the road has since reopened and traffic is flowing freely
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A Ferrari racing car was crushed on a residential street after an early morning collision.
The area has been cordoned off while police deal with the incident, which took place on an Ipswich street.
Suffolk Police were called to the scene in the east of the city at 7.04am yesterday.
The road was closed while police cleaned up the accident, but the road has since reopened and traffic is flowing freely.
SuffolkLive reports that a person has been arrested by police following an accident on a residential street in Ipswich involving the Ferrari racing car.
The force has not confirmed whether the arrested person was driving either car.
Crime scene photos show that the sports car had a completely crumpled hood.
Another car had also been thrown onto its side.
Police were seen inspecting the crashed cars after impact and two police patrol cars appeared to have blocked it.
The Ferrari is in the middle of the street while the overturned vehicle landed on the sidewalk in front of a house and driveway.
Suffolk Constabulary could not confirm anything other than that one person had been arrested after the incident and no members of the public were injured.
The Mirror reported another dramatic moment when another Ferrari driver was filmed crashing a luxury supercar into a wall on a bridge in central London.
Video showed the driver in the footage picking up speed and then losing control of Lambeth Bridge.
The 812 Superfast, which costs around £260,000, staggers out of control and starts spinning on its rear tires – narrowly missing a cyclist as it crashes into a brick wall.
Footage shows the driver suddenly losing control.
A driver is seen struggling to correct it as the car spins out of control and swings on its rear wheels.
It appears to lose traction, then turns into oncoming traffic, narrowly missing a passing cyclist in the oncoming lane as it ends behind the bridge wall.
The car’s airbags inflate on impact as the car grinds to a halt.
A driver immediately removes the camera and the clip ends.
It is unclear who took the pictures and when they were taken.
The video was originally posted on Instagram on an account that is now set to private.
However, it became widespread online as people blew the driver’s skills and reaction time.
In response to the London & UK Crime Twitter account post, Twitter users said the motorist appeared unable to control a rear-wheel drive vehicle.
Twitter user Ozymandis wrote: “That’s why we should have a Superauto license.”
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