100 mph crash destroys Lamborghini in California image

A Lamborghini has been crashed in California at 100 mph and the impact was so severe that the supercar has split in half and caught fire.

Owning or driving a supercar is isn’t that easy, malady especially if you don’t know what you’re doing, treatment and it seems that a 35-year old male drive from the United States has learned this the hard way. According to local media and police reports, the crash took place at around 11:20 p.m. on Saturday, north of Mission Road. The officials said that the driver, who was suspected of DUI, original from San Marcos, was driving his supercar at high speeds when he left the lane into the center median on the freeway.

The collision most likely happened because the driver has lost control of the wheel. The crash made the Lamborghini supercar to split in half and catch fire. The driver sustained major injuries, including burns to his face, and he was taken to the UCSD hospital by air. The lanes on the I-15 were closed for 20 minutes for the ambulance to land. The good news is that no one else was injured and the bad one is that we can’t tell what kind of Lamborghini are we talking about.