Second Lamborghini Aventador Crash

When an automotive journalist create what will remain in history as the first Lamborghini Aventador crash back in August, the Internet was boiling. Now, the fire is back, as an image that shows the second Aventador crash has surfaced.
Lamborghini Aventador Crash 1 photo
This time, the unfortunate event took place at Daytona Beach, where, over the weekend, a black example of the supercar suffered what appears to be relatively minor damage to the rear end. The info is limited, but it seems that a Lamborghini employee was driving the vehicle when the rear passenger tire blew (do tires still do that nowadays?), damaging the rear fascia and the the rear quarter panel.

If this is true, the vehicle only needs new panels and fresh rubber in order to get back on the road.
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