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Updated: Ferrari involved in collision involving central reservation on A12

21:49 05 July 2014

Ferrari crash on A12 between Dedham and Langham

Ferrari crash on A12 between Dedham and Langham

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A new Ferrari has crashed into the central reservation of the A12.

Ferrari crash on A12 between Dedham and LanghamFerrari crash on A12 between Dedham and Langham

The 14 plate F458 had to be hauled away on a recovery truck following the collision on the southbound carriageway between Dedham and Langham.

No-one was injured in the incident, but one lane was blocked while recovery took place leading to delays.

New F458 Ferraris cost upwards of £180,000 depending on the model and any optional extras.

2 comments

  • That's a 458 Speciale which starts at 208k before options

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    jakeb

    Sunday, July 6, 2014

  • What is the update from the original story?

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    Bruce Wade

    Sunday, July 6, 2014

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