Lamborghini smashed up in collision with parked cars in Leeds

This white Lamborghini crashed under the railway bridge on Globe Road in Holbeck, Leeds. The pictures were taken and sent in by Paul Inskip

This white Lamborghini crashed under the railway bridge on Globe Road in Holbeck, Leeds. The pictures were taken and sent in by Paul Inskip

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Courier reader Paul Inskip couldn’t believe his eyes when he came across this smashed up Lamborghini following an accident.

The budding photographer was on the way back from dropping his girlfriend – who lives in Halifax – off at hospital in Leeds when he came across the pile-up under a railway bridge in the city.

This white Lamborghini crashed under the railway bridge on Globe Road in Holbeck, Leeds - taken by and sent in by Paul Inskip

This white Lamborghini crashed under the railway bridge on Globe Road in Holbeck, Leeds - taken by and sent in by Paul Inskip

Paul, 39, said: “Obviously I was surprised to see this Lamborghini hanging from mid-air smashed to pieces.”

The crash, which ripped the front and rear end off the high-powered Italian sports car – which is believed to be worth more than £100,000 – occurred just before 8.30am this morning.

Police and Yorkshire Ambulance Service attended the scene at Globe Road, Holbeck.

A Spokesman for West Yorkshire Police said: “At 8.13am this morning, police were notified about a collision on Globe Road, Leeds in which a Lamborghini vehicle struck a number of parked cars.

This white Lamborghini crashed under the railway bridge on Globe Road in Holbeck, Leeds - taken by and sent in by Paul Inskip

This white Lamborghini crashed under the railway bridge on Globe Road in Holbeck, Leeds - taken by and sent in by Paul Inskip

“The 31-year-old male driver of the Lamborghini suffered slight injuries in the incident. A Ford Focus and Vauxhall Astra, which were both parked at the time, were substantially damaged and needed to be recovered.

“An investigation is underway to ascertain the circumstances leading to the collision.”

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