Lamborghini Countach Destroyed By Inferno In San Francisco

A red Lamborghini Countach has been destroyed by a fire at a gas station in Redwood, San Francisco.

KRON4 reports that the blaze started at about 8:30 pm on Thursday and that the drive was outside of the supercar when the blaze started.

Authorities have yet to say what triggered the blaze but it very well could have been a fuelling mishap. Fortunately, no one was injured in the blaze.

Vision from the scene shows the intensity of the blaze and captures the moment one of the tires explodes from the searing heat. What’s more, the clip also shows the driver side scissor door suddenly close as the flames intensify and fire crews attempt to put out the fire.

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  • Six_Tymes

    that sucks.

  • matrem

    Redwood City is 30 miles from San Francisco

  • LeStori

    That is one hot supercar….

    Someone is going to have to fork out a lot of ‘gold’ to fix that one up.

  • Blade t

    He was probably smoking while fueling up….

  • john1168

    NNNOOOOOOOOO!!!!!

  • thunder bolt

    Put a Trump sticker on your car, and it will be vandalized, the world we live in.

  • ChrisInIL

    This kind of thing would never happen if we all drove electric cars.

    • CarbonPhiber

      True – Because the battery would explode in your garage before you even left your house.. No gas station necessary!

  • Enter Ranting

    Don’t all Lamborghinis eventually burn to the ground?

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