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Italian Police wreck their own Lamborghini Gallardo

Submitted by on December 2, 2009 – 11:47 pm2 Comments


Yesterday an Italian police officer completely wrecked the Lamborghini Gallardo police vehicle he was driving by crashing the supercar into two parked cars.  The accident took place following an exhibition in Cremona, Italy, where Italian police had the car on display.

Newspaper reports have sourced an official police statement claiming that the officer driving the Gallardo swerved to avoid a car exiting a gas station.  The question everyone wants answered is: How did the Mercedes-Benz A-Class end up on top of the car?

Both police officers in the car were injured, with the driver suffering a ruptured vertebra and broken ribs.  The pair were taken to the hospital, and should recover.

Damages to the 5.0-liter V10 Lamborghini Gallardo were extensive.  It is unclear if the car will be repaired. Source: dailymail via: WCF


  • CarZ says:

    Ha gotta love it. How in the world could this happen. Sounds like the police had a bit too much to drink or got a little to crazy behind the wheel. Go figure…

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