Luxury car halved in Fairfax crash
A Lamborghini was halved after the crash in Tysons Corner. (1965-00002) Even a price in the six numbers does not prevent a car from being cut in two, in the right, or perhaps, wrong circumstances.
That could have been a lesson from Thursday night's accident of a Lamborghini in Tysons Corner area of Fairfax County.
It happened overnight on Gallows Road and International Drive, the county fire brigade said Friday on Twitter.
The car struck a concrete light pole and was "cut in half", said the department. The front part is separated from the back. The stern caught fire, but the fire department quickly put out the flames.
The driver, who is described as an adult only, suffered minor injuries, the department said. The cause of the crash was not known immediately. An automotive Web site stated that a new Lamborghini model costs $ 402,995
(Fairfax County Fire Department)
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