After falling from an elevator, a brand-new $250,000 Ferrari Roma is headed to the scrap yard.
After the lift broke down, the Italian supercar was left hanging in a Florida dealership's elevator shaft.
In order to assist, the dealership had to call the local fire department.
And when the police arrived, they discovered that the situation was a little more serious than they had anticipated.
The first task for the Palm Beach County Fire Rescue personnel was to stop a fuel leak from the Roma, which required shutting off the power to the entire dealership.
The investigators could move on to the Ferrari that was hanging in the elevator shaft once the leak was fixed.
To safely remove the supercar from the elevator using a brand-new rotator wrecker, they had to call a tow truck company.
They needed a 13.7 metres and several 50,000-pound winches to accomplish this.
The car was safely removed after four hours, and no one was hurt.
This is when they realized the full extent of the damage once the car was safely removed.
The roof and the entire rear end of the vehicle were smashed.
With this much damage, the dealership probably won't sell the car. Before being sent to the wrecker, it most likely will be salvaged for parts.
Although it could have been worse, witnessing a brand-new supercar destroyed before it was even driven is never an enjoyable experience.
The Roma is one of the cheapest Ferrari automobiles.
The elevator's malfunction could have been a $625,000 Ferrari SF90 Stradale.