Three Lamborghini in pile-up, go up in flames


These supercars were too hot to handle - literally!

Three Lamborghini supercars - a RM4.8 million Aventador and two, RM1.2 million Gallardo - went up in flames after they crashed into each other on the North-South Expressway near Seremban this morning (06.12.2013).

According to witnesses, one of the Lamborghinis lost control and slammed into the road divider, and the two cars following behind crashed into it. The vehicles are registered in Singapore and were part of a five-car convoy heading to Kuala Lumpur.

Negri Sembilan Fire and Rescue department chief, Norazam Khamis, told The News Straits Times that two fire engines and 14 officers were dispatched to the spot within seven minutes after receiving the call.

According to Norazam, the drivers escaped unhurt.

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