A horrific accident involving a Lamborghini Huracan Spyder and a Lincoln MKS took place in Chicago on Saturday. The $250,000 Lambo crashed into the MKS at the intersection of Balbo and Columbus.
According to eyewitness reports, the impact sent the car flying into a roadside pole which split the car in half. Like in most high-speed crashes involving mid-engine supercar, the passenger compartment was severed from the engine bay. The car later burst into flames burning it to the ground. Luckily for the driver, bystanders helped him out of the wreckage in time.
As for the Lincoln, the MKS suffered substantial damage to its front, but not as severe as the Lamborghini. It seems like the occupants of the sedan escaped unhurt.
Meanwhile, the police have launched an investigation into the accident and will determine the cause soon. Prima facie evidence might point to a speeding Lamborghini, although that needs to be ascertained. Moreover, a CNN report suggests that the driver of the Lincoln who was approaching the intersection from the opposite direction was trying to make a turn before hitting the Lambo.