£250k Ferrari owners heartbreak as quickest car of decade smashed to bits

A devastated motorist was left heartbroken after their £250,000 Ferrari supercar was involved in a horror crash that left the beautiful vehicle a mangled wreck.

Images from the scene showed the extent of damage to the 211mph Ferrari SF90 after it was left crumpled and smashed to bits.

The luxury car, which has been dubbed the "quickest car of the decade", was found by emergency services on Wednesday evening in Halesowen, West Midlands (25 May).

The front of the vehicle had been left a squashed and crumpled mess with bent pieces of metal scattered across the road.

It is understood that no one was injured from the collision.

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Haden Cross Fire Station shared the images on Twitter and wrote: "RTC Hagley Road, Halesowen- White Watch attended. Please be careful when out and about."

One shocked user wrote: "Obviously too powerful for somebody to handle."

Another said: "Looks nasty, how gutted would you be?? Hope everyone is ok."

A third wrote: "That's gonna cost some serious money to put right. I'd be devastated, that car cost more than my house."

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In other news, a fiat owner was caught bolting down the motorway with a huge sofa and chair sticking out of their car at nearly 70mph.

The driver was stopped by police officers patrolling in Kent after they spotted the bizarre scenes descend on the M20.

Cops said they noticed the unrestrained items hanging out of the vehicle while the person was driving at 55mph.

The crazed driver failed to ensure that the load was safely secured, as the sofa was held with just two loose bungee cords as it poked out the boot.

Shocked Twitter users thought it was a joke after Kent Police uploaded a picture of the car which also showed a chair hanging out of the side door, reports Daily Express.

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