There goes $150,000.

That car you’re looking at is a Ford GT, or at least it was one before it ended up crashing into a median along the northbound I-71 in Ohio just past the Smith Edwards Road exit. According to police reports surrounding the crash, the driver of the GT was cited for what they’re calling “failure to control the vehicle”.

We don’t know what kind of punishment that’s going to come with but the good news is that the driver and his female companion didn’t sustain any serious injuries although the lady friend had to be treated for a few scrapes and bruises.

We’re glad to hear that those two managed to survive a pretty big crash but we’re equally distressed looking at that Ford GT get reduced to pretty much a twisted piece of heap.


Source: WCPO

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  (273) posted on 05.26.2011

Well, this news is not new to us and still I don’t get why drivers never learn lessons from road accident! BTW,there’s no reason to speculate the main reason here is negligence!

  (399) posted on 05.26.2011

Now look at his idea of real need for speed drive, it ended with crashed! Well,its a good thing that the driver and his passenger doesn’t experience a fatal accident.

  (344) posted on 03.15.2010

he thing for most owners of such wonderful and powerful car is that once they own it, they tend to forget that owning one doesn’t make them a race car driver. Even race car drivers doesn’t abuse the laws and speed limits in the highway or public roads. I do hope though that there were no one hurt in this incident.

  (1023) posted on 03.14.2010

I guess the driver is in need for speed.. to bad that his thirst for speed is ended up with tragedy, sorry for the GT.

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