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The shocking moment when a 500,000 pound Ferrari enters 3 parked cars


The SF90 hypercar, known as the “fastest car of the decade”, completely crushed parked vehicles in just a few seconds.

The horrific accident on Hagley Road in Birmingham was incredibly well captured by a resident’s surveillance camera.

The noteworthy clip shows how the super car suddenly appears before propelling itself directly into a white vehicle parked on the street.

Instead, it created a destructive domino effect. The car, which was worth half a million pounds, then got into two other vehicles – causing quite expensive damage.

The dizzy driver can be seen crawling out of the bright red Ferrari after the accident, before the police and fire crews arrived at the scene at 19:40.

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Shocking photos on the spot show the car completely destroyed. The airbags opened, but fortunately no one was injured. It is not known how fast the car was going.

However, the SF90 can go from 0-62 mph in just 2.5 seconds, from 0-124 mph in 6.7 and reach a top speed of 339 km / h.

Haden Cross Fire Station shared the images on Twitter and wrote, “Please be careful when you go out.”

One internet user replied: “Obviously, too strong for someone to deal with.”

Another added: “I hope everyone is fine.”

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A third wrote: “This will cost some serious money.”

A spokeswoman for the West Midlands and Staffordshire Fire and Rescue said: “I didn’t have time to think: We were called by the police to report a car accident. A car collided with several parked vehicles. No one was injured. “

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