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Driver Crashed £500,000 Ferrari SF90 Into Five Cars And Fled


Driver Crashed £500,000 Ferrari SF90 Into Five Cars And Fled

The driver ran away.

Car owners and residents were left baffled when they heard a loud sound of a car crash and found that a £500,000 Ferrari SF90 had crashed into theirs. It smashed into five parked cars after the driver lost control of his vehicle.

Richard Cullen, the driver, immediately ran away after the crash, and a manhunt was ordered.

The 50-year-old driver “lost control of the vehicle” while driving ou tin Halesowen and crashed into five parked cars. The West Midlands Fire Service reported that 10 firefighters were sent to the scene. Nobody was injured.

Cullen sped up to 124mph in less than 7 seconds when he accidentally veered into the cars. West Midlands Fire Service’s spokesperson shared, “Shortly before 7.45pm on Wednesday, May 25 we responded to Hagley Road, Halesowen, where a car had been in collision with five parked vehicles.”

“Two fire engines and 10 firefighters attended, from Haden Cross and Billesley fire stations. The first crew arrived five minutes after being mobilised.”

“The driver of the car had left the scene before we arrived. We made the vehicle safe and left the incident in the hands of the police at 8.45pm.”

The police search for the man after the crash and witnesses were interviewed to locate the driver. He was found at home the next day. Cullen is charged for driving without due care and failure to give details after crashing, but initially denied any wrongdoing.

While he was being taken to Birmingham Magistrates Court, he plead guilty. He was bailed by a judge. Cullen’s case has been adjourned until February 27.

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