Three Singapore-registered Lamborghinis on their way to Kuala Lumpur were wrecked in an early morning accident on Friday, reported online citizen journalism website, STOMP.
The accident was highlighted in STOMP after two contributors sent in pictures of the accident.
The pictures shows the super cars engulfed in flames.
Here is the full article from STOMP:
Three Singapore-registered Lamborghinis were wrecked after crashing on the Malaysian North-South Expressway this morning (Dec 6).
STOMPer DM shared a photo of the accident found on Facebook, while STOMPer Raymond sent in photos taken by his friend in Malaysia.
The photos show the expensive cars engulfed in fire.
According to a description on the facebook page from which STOMPer DM took the photo, the crash took place at 9.52am near the Seremban toll stations.
The drivers were apparently safe, and had left the cars behind.
"Three Singapore-registered Lamborghinis were found crashed on the Malaysia North-South Expressway near 260km.
"Happened on Dec 6 at around 10.30am. "I'm not sure how the crash happened, the photos were taken from facebook Seremban page.
"One of them was on fire. Witnesses said the drivers were safe. They packed their bags and left the cars.
STOMPer Raymond added:
"This just happened, photos sent by my friend in Malaysia.
"The super cars were on their way to KL for a event and met with an accident."
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