A SPECIAL edition Ferrari F8 Tributo worth around £200,000 was written-off this afternoon after a serious crash in Kent.
The high-powered red Ferrari supercar can be seen in pictures with extensive front end damage.
Sanjay Bansal was at the scene on Sutton Road in Maidstone this afternoon (January 10) at around 3.30pm.
Speaking exclusively to The Entertainment Gazette, he revealed what happened when he got to the scene.
“The Ferrari [driver] put his foot down and lost control, spun the car and hit a pedestrian walking along.
“My partner jumped out the car as I saw there was someone in the bush.
“As she’s first aid trained, she was helping out as well as a few other people until the police and ambulance got there.
Sanjay said one of the men involved was “shaken up and confused” but 999 crews arrived on the scene within minutes.
“They [emergency services] were all wearing masks,” he added.
“The injured pedestrian is now taken to hospital and the driver of the Ferrari has been arrested.”
The arrest and injured pedestrian are yet to be confirmed by emergency services – the full circumstances remain unconfirmed.
Kent Police and the South East Coast Ambulance Service have been contacted for a comment.