Two people had to be taken to hospital after sustaining injuries when a Ferrari ended up on its roof following a crash in Derbyshire.
Yesterday, we reported how the £250,000 sports car was involved in a dramatic crash in the Woodhead Pass, in the High Peak on Sunday, June 28.
Officers from Derbyshire police have released some more information regarding the incident.
A spokesman from the force said: “We were called to reports of a single car collision in in Woodhead Road, Tintwistle, just before 11.40am on Sunday, June 28.
“A yellow Ferrari had left the road and landed on its roof.
“The driver and a passenger were taken to hospital by ambulance as a precaution, but sustained minor injuries only.”
The Ferrari was a 488GTB model, which can do 0-60mph in three seconds. In comparison, a Ford Fiesta 1.4 would take 14 seconds.
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Officers from Derbyshire police’s High Peak Response stated it was an “expensive trip” for the motorist and stated there had been a number of incidents in the High Peak over the weekend.
To report an incident call police on 101, or contact Crimestoppers, which is an anonymous service on 0800 555 111.