Lamborghini wrecked after crash with driver ‘five times the limit’

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Lamborghini wrecked after crash with driver ‘five times the limit’

Lamborghini wrecked after crash with driver ‘five times the limit’
2021-07-06 04:00:00
Police said a 'lovely' £250,000 Lamborghini was wiped out after an accident involving a driver who was 'five times' the drink drive limit. The yellow Lamborghini Aventador was seriously damaged in the collision with a black Alfa Romeo Guilietta on the outskirts of Grimsby on Monday night. Humberside Police said the driver of the Alfa blew nearly 'five times the drink drive limit' after they arrived at the scene of the accident on Cheapside, in the village of Waltham. Read more here: 'UFO' spotted near Spring Bank The rare 2016 Lamborghini, which costs between £250,000 and £300,000 second hand, was left lying across the road after the accident close to dark skid marks and churned up verges, GrimsbyLive reported. A Lamborghini Aventador like the one seriously damaged in the accident. They sell for more than £250,000 second hand (Image: Getty) The Alfa Romeo was several hundred metres away at the side of the road. Humberside Police posted on Facebook: “Reports of an RTC , patrols attended and saw this lovely Lamborghini wiped out by a suspected drink driver who blew nearly FIVE times the drink drive limit. “Luckily nobody has sustained serious injuries.” Humberside Police at the scene of the accident near Waltham involving a Lamborghini Aventador and the Alfa Romeo Guilietta which can be seen in the distance (Image: Donna Clifford / GrimsbyLive) The Alfa Giulietta (Image: Humberside Police) Police included in their post the hashtag “#onnoLambo'. The Aventador is popular among celebrities and famous previous owners of the model have included singer Justin Bieber, footballer Cristiano Ronaldo and rapper Kanye West. Debris from the Lamborghini could be seen at the side of the road in the aftermath of the collision, which closed the road and caused delays during the evening rush hour. It was quickly removed from the scene but the Alfa Romeo remained there as the area was cleared. It is believed the female driver of the Alpha Romeo was questioned by police at the scene after the accident. It is usual for anyone who has tested positive at the roadside to then be asked to take another test at a police station or hospital. Less than 600 of the Lamborghini Aventador's remain in the UK. Capable of 217mph they can reach 0-60mph in 2.9 seconds. Last year the model hit the headlines around the world when two identical yellow Aventador's managed to collide on a roundabout in Singapore. Get the top HullLive stories straight to your inbox,

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