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McLaren Sports Car Crash Destroys $265,000 Supercar in Los Angeles

By    |   Wednesday, 02 Nov 2016 02:07 PM

A $265,000 McLaren sports car was destroyed in a crash in Los Angeles on Tuesday.

Witnesses say the car was traveling 60 mph when it crashed into an Audi during a supposed street race, the Daily Mail reported, sending both drivers to the hospital.

The collision occurred near a school where the speed limit is 25 miles per hour.

According to the Daily Mail, the neon green McLaren belongs to Kenneth Lynch, a married father who lives near where the crash occurred, but it's unknown if he was the driver.

Debris from the car, including its hood, a door, and a tire, were laid out at the intersection of Platt Avenue and Califa Street.

Police are looking for the drivers of a black Dodge Charger and a grey or silver BMW who also were involved in the street race and fled the scene after the crash.

Of the two drivers who were taken to the hospital, one is said to have “severe injuries,” the Daily Mail noted.

The driver of the Audi was described as “a man in his 60s or 70s,” and the man who was driving the McLaren is said to be in his 40s, KTLA reported.

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A $265,000 McLaren sports car was destroyed in a crash in Los Angeles on Tuesday. Witnesses say the car was traveling 60 mph when it crashed into an Audi during a supposed street race, sending both drivers to the hospital.
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