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Ferrari SF90 took off after a crash with the London bus in the 20 mph zone near Trafalgar Square

Ferrari SF90 sports car worth £ 700,000 is left in a cramp after a London bus crash in the 20mph zone near Trafalgar Square

  • A Ferrari SF90 Stradale was involved in a collision with a London bus on Sunday
  • The incident took place on Northumberland Avenue near Trafalgar Square
  • The front end of the sports car, which is worth up to £ 700,000, is badly damaged
  • It seemed to collide with the right side of London bus line 91
  • British rapper Swarmz was on the scene, but it is not known if he was involved

A Ferrari was involved in a collision with a London bus on a 30 km / h street in central London on Sunday.

Photos of the sports car, presumably a Ferrari SF90 Stradale, show it in a damaged condition after the incident that took place on Northumberland Avenue near Trafalgar Square.

The Ferrari collided with bus 91, which runs on a route between Tottenham Road in North London and Trafalgar Square. There have been no reports of injuries to date.

A Ferrari sports car (front), believed to be a £ 700,000 SF90 Stradale, was involved in a collision with a London bus (rear) in central London

A Ferrari sports car (front), believed to be a £ 700,000 SF90 Stradale, was involved in a collision with a London bus (rear) in central London

The incident took place on Northumberland Avenue, a 20 mph zone near Trafalgar Square, on Sunday

The incident took place on Northumberland Avenue, a 20 mph zone near Trafalgar Square, on Sunday

The incident took place on Northumberland Avenue, a 20 mph zone near Trafalgar Square, on Sunday

A bystander, dubbed ‘@DickieTicker’ on Twitter, said on social media that police, ambulance services and the fire brigade were being called on the scene.

Street cleaners in Westminster were also called to clean up the mess.

The famous British rapper Swarmz, who has more than 1 million social media followers, posted an Instagram story showing that he was at the scene of the crash, but it is not clear whether the artist was driving the car or incident was involved.

Photos from the scene showed the front of the Ferrari severely damaged, with the car’s hood almost completely separated from the rest of the vehicle.

The front bumper of the sports car, including the headlights, was detached after the collision of the sports car.

The right side of London bus line 91 (pictured), which runs on a route from North London Tottenham Road to Trafalgar Square, was damaged by the collision

The right side of London bus line 91 (pictured), which runs on a route from North London Tottenham Road to Trafalgar Square, was damaged by the collision

The right side of London bus line 91 (pictured), which runs on a route from North London Tottenham Road to Trafalgar Square, was damaged by the collision

Police, fire and ambulance services were called on site to resolve the incident, which also required cleaners to clean up the mess

Police, fire and ambulance services were called on site to resolve the incident, which also required cleaners to clean up the mess

Police, fire and ambulance services were called on site to resolve the incident, which also required cleaners to clean up the mess

British rapper Starmz posted footage of the crash to his Instagram story (photo). It has not been confirmed whether the music artist was involved in the incident

British rapper Starmz posted footage of the crash to his Instagram story (photo). It has not been confirmed whether the music artist was involved in the incident

British rapper Starmz posted footage of the crash to his Instagram story (photo). It has not been confirmed whether the music artist was involved in the incident

Meanwhile, the right side of the London bus was severely damaged in the incident.

The Ferrari SF90 Stradale is rumored to be worth up to £ 700,000 and has been described as one of the most powerful street cars the Italian sports car manufacturer has ever produced.

As part of the Vision Zero project launched by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, Transport for London and the Metropolitan Police in March, all TfL-managed roads in central London in the Congestion Charging Zone have a speed limit of 30 km / h.

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