Cop's Bimmer U-turns into a Ferrari 458

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Of all of the cars to hit while making a U-turn...

The following, somewhat painful to watch, footage was shot in London just after a police car ran right into a Ferrari 458. What evidently happened was that the police car was pulling a U-turn, misjudged the amount of space needed for such a maneuver and plowed into the Ferrari while it was reversing into a parking space. The police car didn’t have its sirens on and wasn’t on a call, so this is entirely on the cop, and probably on the taxpayers to fix.

The Ferrari repairs will probably be horrifyingly expensive, but at least the damage seems to only be to the body.

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