Lamborghini SUV flies through air onto roof, fire rescue says

FORT LAUDERDALE — It was an unforgettable contact for Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue: A Lamborghini SUV crashed and flew on to the roof of a residence in advance of slipping off and bursting into flames.

The fire department claimed in a Facebook submit Sunday evening that soon prior to 3:30 p.m., officials located the mangled luxury vehicle in the 1100 block of Northwest Seventh Avenue, but the driver and any person else in the motor vehicle had fled.

A 2nd driver had insignificant injuries from the crash, the division wrote in the submit, and the dwelling that the driver crashed on top rated of had to be evacuated from the destruction, while no one particular inside was injured.

As a single neighbor explained the ordeal to WPLG-Ch.10, viewing the aftermath of the crash “made him really feel like he was in the middle of an action movie” that he’d get in touch with “‘Bad Boys 4 Fort Lauderdale,’” he explained to the Television station.

The Miami Herald described that police identified the driver as 24-year-aged William Dion McQueen Jr. A crash described obtained by the Herald reported McQueen Jr. referred to as police Monday and denied fleeing the scene intentionally.

McQueen Jr. mentioned he couldn’t don’t forget anything at all that happened right after the crash other than someone driving him to his lodge and remaining taken to a health care middle in Miami Seaside by a mate, the Herald noted.

The driver of the next automobile concerned, a Nissan, experienced the correct of way when it was strike by the Lamborghini driver, the Herald noted.

A spokesperson for Fort Lauderdale Police reported in an e-mail Tuesday that the driver is cooperating with the investigation and that the crash is not currently being labeled as a hit and operate.

Fort Lauderdale Fireplace Rescue Assistant Hearth Chief Timothy Heiser informed WSVN-Ch. 7 “the car or truck flew by way of the air about perhaps 20 or 30 feet” prior to crashing on to the roof.