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A Ferrari supercar ended up on its roof in a dramatic crash in the High Peak area of Derbyshire over the weekend.
These images were taken by Derbyshire police's High Peak Response following the incident, which took place on Sunday, June 28.
The crash happened in the Woodhead Pass and saw a yellow Ferrari 488 GTB sports car end up on its roof. The car has a recommended retail price of £250,000 and so repairs are likely to be pricey.
Officers from Derbyshire police 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.
No details were released concerning the driver.
In a tweet from the High Peak Response Team, at Derbyshire police, it reads: "An expensive trip up the Woodhead Pass today for this driver.
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"One of a number of reported collisions today across the High Peak."
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