The driver is gone and drops of blood were found at the scene.
This is not a situation law enforcement likes to find: an overturned Lamborghini Huracan that had been left abandoned with its owner/driver missing from the scene. What was found, however, were drops of blood. According to the Los Angeles Times, a red Lamborghini was found upside down and abandoned on a canyon road early this past Wednesday morning. The California Highway Patrol is now searching for the driver. Authorities initially responded to the scene of the crash located on the Angeles Crest Highway where they also found drops of blood.
The car was found with its emergency lights flashing along with scattered debris. It shouldn't be too hard to find the Lamborghini's owner because it has Oregon license plates, but authorities were still unsure whether the owner and driver are the same person. What about nearby hospitals? The driver was clearly injured to some degree.
Unfortunately, hospitals don't have any record of someone walking into the ER with potentially related injuries. To make the driver search situation even more difficult, there were no video cameras in the area of the accident. Where does this leave authorities? They admit they don't have "a lot to go on" at the moment.
It's entirely possible this is a case of a stolen vehicle. The available evidence, at least so far, seems to match: missing and presumably injured driver but no hospital records. The driver also didn't call to report the accident, which was discovered by other motorists.
Investigators' best bet at the moment is to track down the owner and go from there. One other possible though unlikely explanation about the missing driver: amnesia. Perhaps they suffered a head injury, which could also explain the blood, and simply walked away and are still wandering around aimlessly. Hopefully, this mystery will be solved quickly. Unfortunately, the V10-powered Lamborghini Huracan itself is probably totaled.