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Two arrested after Lamborghini driver ‘fails to stop for police and crashes’

The supercar was left damaged on the central reservation of a Derbyshire A-road following the crash.

Two people were arrested after a Lamborghini driver failed to stop for police and then crashed
Two people were arrested after a Lamborghini driver failed to stop for police and then crashed Two people were arrested after a Lamborghini driver failed to stop for police and then crashed

Two people have been arrested after the driver of a Lamborghini Huracan allegedly failed to stop for police and then crashed on a Derbyshire A-road.

The supercar, which can cost upwards of £250,000, was left damaged on the central reservation of the A617 in Chesterfield in the early hours of Saturday morning after the single-vehicle crash.

Derbyshire Constabulary said the driver failed to stop for officers at around 1am and they followed at a “safe distance” before the crash.

Officers said they followed the vehicle after it failed to stop.
Officers said they followed the vehicle after it failed to stop. Officers said they followed the vehicle after it failed to stop.

In a statement, a spokesman said: “Two people have been arrested on suspicion of driving offences after a collision in Chesterfield.

“Officers followed the vehicle at a safe distance but it was involved in a single-vehicle collision on the A617 shortly afterwards.

“A woman in her 20s was arrested at the scene and a man in his 20s was arrested soon after. Both have been bailed pending further enquiries.”