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Australia$300k Ferrari abandoned after high-speed crash

00:32  15 july  2019
00:32  15 july  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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$300k Ferrari abandoned after high-speed crash © Nine The Ferrari crashed through a wall in Sydney last night.

A Ferrari sports car worth $300,000 has been left abandoned and wrecked after it smashed through a brick wall during a high-speed crash in Sydney last night.

It is understood two men freed themselves from the vehicle and were seen running from the crash scene in Austral, in the city’s south-west, at about 9pm.

The white Ferrari – which did not have registration plates - was speeding when the driver lost control, witnesses say.

It smashed through the wall before rolling on its roof and coming to a halt.

NSW Police are investigating the crash.

“Police still haven’t located the driver,” a spokeswoman told nine.com.au.

“They are looking into the incident and will make inquiries into the owner of the vehicle.”

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