An Enzo Ferrari, which is valued at $600,000, was severely damaged after a crash on Interstate 95 in Stamford on Monday morning.
Leonardo G. Garcia, of New Rochelle, New York, was driving the Enzo Ferrari on the northbound side of I-95 near the entrance ramp for Exit 7 around 8:30 a.m.
The vehicle fish tailed to the left and then right, according to police, then crashed into a bridge wall on the right shoulder of the highway.
Police said the Enzo Ferrari spun out across the three lanes of the highway and crashed into a Jersey barrier.
"It then slid up against the Jersey barrier backwards in a northerly direction and came to an uncontrolled stop in the median facing south," police said in a release Monday.
Garcia suffered a cut on the right side of his head and was taken to the Stamford Hospital with minor injuries, police said.
No other injuries were reported and no other vehicles were damaged.
Garcia was given a ticket for failing to drive in established lane.
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