Mystery Lamborghini found bloodied, empty, upside down
Lamborghinis are build to hog the limelight. At a car show or a car park. Plain white or neon green. Old or new. Stationary or moving. And now, the right way up or upside down.
The California Highway Patrol found an overturned Lamborghini Huracan on the Angeles Crest Highway. The driver is believed to have abandoned the car following an accident, which left the sportscar floor-side-up.
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Closer inspection by the authorities revealed drops of blood beside the car. A video of the same shows the emergency lights still blinking while the law officers went through the car’s debris, scattered all over the highway road.
Finding the owner of this vehicle shouldn't be hard, courtesy of technology and the car’s Oregon-hailing number plates. But further reports by news agencies claim driver and owner were two separate people and the one behind the wheel was a friend of the owner. How much longer they'll be friends remains to be seen.
Hospital investigation revealed there were no records of anyone with related injuries that night. And if that didn’t make this man-hunt any easier, the absence of cameras along that canyon road took it a notch higher.
Pack the essentials
If you happen to flip your Lamborghini, you may well need a jack to get it right-side up again. Make sure your car has one in it. How about this Silverline scissor jack? Just the job.