Updated: 05/17/20 17:31
A Lamborghini driver raced at Weilheim in his sports car at over 250 km / h. When the police wanted to stop the sports car, he just drove on.
Weilheim – A patrol of the Police inspection The green fell at home Lamborghini when she secured an accident site on federal road 2 above Hirschberg early Sunday morning. There was one Game accident occurs. At around 5.20 a.m., according to the police report, the Lamborghini driver “drove very high speed“Past the accident site in the direction of Weilheim.
Lamborghini racers in the Weilheim-Schongau district: 250 instead of 100 km / h
Around 5:30 a.m., the man raced into a sports car near Habach on Bundesstraße 472 Speed controlcarried out by the Penzberg police inspection. The laser measurement showed that he was traveling at more than 250 kilometers per hour – at a permissible top speed of 100 km / h.
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A few minutes after this measurement, an officer from the Penzberg police inspection tried to stop the Lamborghini at the commuter car park at the Sindelsdorf motorway junction. However, the driver of the sports car ignored the stop sign, so the police officer had to jump aside to get to safety. Finally, a police patrol blocked the main road with a vehicle parked across it. She was able to stop the racer against whom, according to the police report, “an investigation into a prohibited one Motor racing“Was initiated.
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The police report also says: “The Lamborghini car was seized to preserve evidence and prepare for confiscation – as was the oneDriving license the age of the sports car driver did not want to mention the police to protect his identity.
The Penzberg police are now looking Witnesseswho saw the green Lamborghini driving on Sunday morning. The car drove south on the B2 – coming from Starnberg – and on the B472 towards Bad Tölz. Witnesses are asked to contact the Penzberg Police Inspectorate on 08856/92570.
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