Ferrari Sacrificed to Save Boy's Life

A Ferrari F430 was destroyed in Dallas this week after the owner swerved to avoid hitting a boy riding a bicycle. Unfortunately, the Ferrari ended up in Lake Oakdale. We commend the driver who didn't think twice about sacrificing his Ferrari (and putting his own life in danger) to save a child from injury. We assume the guy in the water is the tow truck operator.

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