The driver of a Lamborghini Urus was arrested last week after crashing the high-powered SUV in Hollywood, injuring at least two people.
The crash happened in the 6500 block of Selma Avenue at around 2:30 a.m. on Saturday morning. It is unclear how the driver managed to lose control of the SUV but footage after the incident shows the orange Urus perched precariously on the steel fence surrounding a post office vehicle yard. Additionally, the crash brought down power lines and at least one tree at the site.
Los Angeles Police Department officer Tony Im confirmed to KTLA that the driver of the Lamborghini was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. Reports vary on how many passengers of the Urus were injured, with certain publications stating two were transported to a nearby hospital while another says that three people were injured. Fortunately, none of the injuries were serious.
“High speeds + drunk driver + 2am in our bar district…a combination that could’ve led to an extremely tragic outcome,” the Los Angeles Police Department wrote in an Instagram post. “Luckily, somehow, only minor injuries from this crash. Driver arrested for DUI. Totally unacceptable.”
The crash left the Urus with significant damage and it appears quite clear that it will be heading straight to a scrapyard. Images show that the air bags were deployed, the windshield smashed, and both sides badly damaged. The underside of the Lamborghini probably also suffered a lot of damage.