How Fast Was The Driver Going?

A $250,000 sports car is in shambles and the Washington State Patrol is still looking for the driver who left the scene of the accident.

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Who leaves behind a $250,000 sports car?

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Washington State Patrol Trooper Robert Reyer posted on the WSP Twitter account the astonishing photos of the dismantled and destroyed 2020 McClaren 600 LT.

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In the hit and run accident on Eastbound 512 near Tacoma Washington, WSP hasn't been able to locate the driver yet.

WSP Is Still Looking Into Causes Of The Accident

It was a single-car accident where the McClaren is known to hit speeds up to 200 MPH.

You know your accident is a big deal when you get featured in the New York Post and other national online sites including ours.

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At the time of this writing, the driver hasn't been found but WSP is still searching. It doesn't take a genius to realize the driver was obviously driving too fast for the conditions. WSP says the driver obviously wasn't injured in the accident and the search continues to find the driver.

I just couldn't imagine leaving behind a $250,000 vehicle no matter the circumstances and once they find the driver, I can only imagine what charges they are facing in the future.

You can read more details about the accident here.

 


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