Lamborghini driver flees in BMW after overnight crash

Toronto police are looking for a Lamborghini driver who fled after a collision with another vehicle on the Gardiner Expressway, one of at least three overnight crashes.

At least 3 crashes reported in Toronto overnight

Toronto police are looking for a Lamborghini driver who fled after a collision with another vehicle on the Gardiner Expressway, one of at least three overnight crashes.

Police were called to reports that a Lamborghini had crashed on the expressway east of Spadina Avenue at around 2:30 a.m. ET. 

They say the driver was picked up by someone in a BMW after a crash with another vehicle, and they fled the scene. 

No one was seriously injured. 

There will be property damages, however. The entire front end of the Lamborghini was smashed.  

2 other overnight crashes in Toronto

In the first crash, around 10:30 p.m. Sunday, police were called to reports of a tow truck hit from behind while hooking a disabled motorist on the eastbound QEW at Bronte Road in Oakville. 

Two people were injured, including the tow truck operator. 

Around 1 a.m. Monday, police received a report that a minivan had crashed into a Bank of Montreal building at Lansdowne Avenue and Bloor Street. 

No injuries were reported.

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