Man injured after crashing Lamborghini into Stockport garden
Tuesday 26 June 2012
The driver of a Lamborghini supercar was fighting for his life
today after the vehicle left the track of an airfield and flipped upside
down into the garden of a house.
Police were called to the scene in Stockport, Greater Manchester, shortly after 11am yesterday following reports a hired sports car had been in a crash.
They found the Lamborghini on its roof in the garden of a nearby house having left the track at Woodford Aerodrome.
The driver, a 58-year-old man was taken to hospital where his condition is described as critical.
A 21-year-old man suffered minor bruising and has been discharged from hospital.
Greater Manchester Police said no other vehicles were involved.
Sergeant Danny Byrne from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit said: "We believe the vehicle was being driven at a high speed and it is likely the driver may have lost control.
"Members of the family are being comforted by specially trained officers at this difficult time."
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