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Spain: Man rams friend’s Lamborghini Huracan into wall, leaves vehicle in shambles

Following the car crash, which hit a wall of a high-voltage substation, the power in the area was cut off even as firefighters removed the vehicle residue from the location.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: August 13, 2020 8:17:43 pm
Spain Lamborghini Huracan car crash, Huelva electricity substation, spain crash viral video, luxury cars, trending, indian express, indian express newsThe police located the two passengers in the vehicle at the Huelva's Juan Ramon Jimenez Hospital where they were admitted for minor injuries. (Source: YouTube)

When a man in Spain decided to lend his friend his Lamborghini Huracan Performante, little did he know that his bright green supercar would be returned back by a tow-truck.

According to a DailyMail report, a man in Huelva, south-west Spain, rammed the luxury vehicle into the wall of an electricity substation and fled the scene before the occupants were tracked down by the police in a hospital.

The driver, who wrecked the £215,000 (Rs. 21089006) Lamborghini, is under investigation for reckless driving after allegedly speeding and losing control of the vehicle.

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According to the new website, the police located the vehicles occupants at Huelva’s Juan Ramon Jimenez Hospital where they were admitted for minor injuries. Moreover, the owner has also been ordered to make a statement along with the two men.

Following the car crash – which hit a wall of a high-voltage substation – the power in the area was cut off even as firefighters removed the vehicle residue from the location, a local news website reported.

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