Porsche 911 Turbo crashes, catches fire in Hyderabad

According to an eyewitness account, the Porsche 911 Turbo in question was driving on the other side, and quite simply aquaplaned and burst into flames. The now burnt down Porsche was going at about 250 kmph, and aquaplaned. High speed, rain collected water on ORR, and loss of traction worked collectively to get the driver in a tight spot.

He lost control at fast, and is alive. The auto however wasn’t so fortunate. Having lost footing, and resultantly control, the Sunday morning normal at Hyderabad Outer Ring Road burst into flames right away. The fault is being laid on the water surface that created the vehicle to end up inert quickly, as it rapidly hit a divider.

 

 

The effect was near to a bend where water had gathered. The driver hadn’t brought down pace on approaching the bend. In the wake of hitting a steel railing, the Porsche 911 Turbo front pivot and guard went into disrepair. A split showed up on the effect side. With the right side seriously harmed, fuel tank effect set off a speedy flame, turned out to be a final turning point.

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  • 26 May 201544°C27°C
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