Two people injured, including a man in his thirties, and the London Air Ambulance are at the scene.
Two people have been rushed to hospital after a Ferrari Testarossa crashed into Chelsea Bridge last night.
Pieces of the 180mph supercar were seen strewn across the A3216 in central London after the luxury vehicle collided with a barrier shortly after 8.15pm on Tuesday evening.
The front of the red vehicle was completely crushed and its two doors hung off the hinges while emergency services arrived on the scene, closing the road to traffic.
The driver and the passenger were trapped in the vehicle and had to be freed by the London Fire Brigade, according to Scotland Yard.
The passenger sustained a leg injury, that is not believed to be life-threatening, and was taken to hospital.
London Air Ambulance also attended and the ambulance service confirmed a man in his 30s was taken to Chelsea and Westminster Hospital while the other person was escorted by the Air Ambulance doctor to St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington.
No other vehicles were involved and no arrests have been made. The car was recovered and the road re-opened by 10pm.
The Italian luxury sports car is one of 10,000 produced by Ferrari and can fetch £220,000 for some of the older second-hand models.
It was named after the famed Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa sports racing car and literally translates as ‘red head’ in Italian – referring to the red-painted cam covers.