Lamborghini saves lives with Hurricane police car speed

Lamborghini saves lives with Hurricane police car speed

Speed ​​kills, doesn’t it? That road safety news has proven to be a force for good for the Italian police force speed, even if it is drumming non-stop for Australian drivers.

All you need is a highly trained driver, an attractive super car, the blessings of highway patrol officers and a reasonable need for speed.

Italian police have a handful of high-performance Lamborghini Hurac சூப்பர்n supercars for many official duties, including organ transport.

Media_CameraItalian police use Lamborghini hurricane for high-speed organ transport.

Used when a helicopter is not considered suitable for work, the V10-powered Lambo has a special element cooling in front of the front wheels, along with emergency lights, radios and other equipment needed for emergency work.

Italian police use Lamborghini hurricane for high-speed organ transport.
Media_CameraItalian police use Lamborghini hurricane for high-speed organ transport.

The engine made headlines in November with a high-speed run from Rome to Padua, reportedly completing a 483-kilometer run at an average speed of 230 km / h.

Police said the human kidney, which was taken by Lambo, was successfully transplanted to a patient at Jemelie University Hospital.

Italian police use Lamborghini hurricane for high-speed organ transport.
Media_CameraItalian police use Lamborghini hurricane for high-speed organ transport.

This transplant operation is the result of a planned procedure between a direct donor and the recipient, which allows the police to plan their operation ahead of time.

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Cory Weinberg covers the intersection of tech and cities. That means digging into how startups and big tech companies are trying to reshape real estate, transportation, urban planning, and travel. Previously, he reported on Bay Area housing and commercial real estate for the San Francisco Business Times. He received a "best young journalist" award from the National Association of Real Estate Editors.

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