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14-Year-Old Boy Smashes Stolen Car Into Lamborghini Urus

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The teen now faces a litany of charges

An Australian teenage boy has been arrested following after crashing a stolen Subaru Forester into a brand new Lamborghini Urus and ramming a police Toyota Hilux truck. The Subaru had been stolen during a home burglary earlier in the month, and detectives found it in a suburban driveway following reports of the vehicle being spotted in the area. The detectives parked behind the stolen Subaru at around 8 pm, then left their marked Toyota Hilux. They then allege that the Subaru reversed quickly and crashed into the truck before fleeing. The fleeing vehicle then didn't get more than a few blocks before crashing at an intersection into the side of a yellow Urus

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The driver of the Forester fled the scene but was found nearby and arrested. He's since been charged with two counts of stealing a motor vehicle, three counts of theft, one count of aggravated burglary and commit, and one count of aggravated burglary with intent. The teenager is scheduled to appear at Perth Children's Court.

Of the three vehicles damaged in the incident, the Lamborghini Urus is clearly the most expensive at $263,000 (AUD 390,000). The Western Australia Police Force haven't given any details on how fast the Subaru Forester was traveling, but it looks like a hefty impact.

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The Forester looks like it came off far worse in the crash, but that's mainly because the front is designed to crumple like that to absorb the impact. What's more impressive is how the driver's side-impact on the Urus hasn't resulted in any injuries being reported. It looks like the impact was square on with the door, but also connected with the fender and probably impacted the front wheel as well. There's also damage behind the drivers door, and whether it's a write-off or not will most likely come down to if any frame damage was sustained.

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