As reported by auto news sources, although the Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 was broken in two pieces after the crash, the driver was only slightly injured.
A Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 supercar crashed near a Gallows Road and International Drive mall in Tysons Corner, Virginia, last week, prompting many witnesses to be frightened by the scene of this supercar torn to 2 pieces.
Originally announced by the firefighters of the Fairfax Fire and Rescue, the Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 black supercar crash into a concrete pole and was split in half. The images at the scene also revealed that the head of the supercar appeared scratched. Notably, the rear of the V10 engine block was completely ripped off the other part of the car and burst fiercely into a huge flame. No explosions were recorded.
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Lamborghini did not miss a chance to promote the safety of their car. It is reported that even though the supercar was cut in half but the driver inside was only slightly injured, this has helped Lamborghini's Huracan LP610-4 supercar once again reaffirmed its safety level for the driver.
Interestingly, this is not the first accident that caused a Lamborghini Huracan to be cut in half. In the past, two separate incidents taking place at the Miami Beach and Chicago in the United States involved the car being torn into two pieces, too. In either of those accidents, the result was the supercar worth nearly $ 250,000 was cut in half, and of course completely unreusable.
Notably, the accident of the Lamborghini Huracan convertible in Chicago originated from the driver of this supercar cannot control the speed first hit a Lincoln MKS at the intersection. The driver then panicked, leading to him cannot be able to control the vehicle and drove his "superbull" to come in contact with countless pavements and roadblocks before crashing into a concrete poll, ripped into two halves and burned fiercely.
We're glad that the driver got away with only minor injuries -- nothing short of a miracle given the concrete barriers and light poles lining this road. But still, the price he's gonna pay is not only the cost of the car but pending fees and legal cost are likely waiting for him for not being able to observe the traffic and obey the law.
In all three tragics where 3 Lamborghini were burnt and crashed, not a single driver was hurt, fortunately.
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