Teen Flips Porsche Taycan 6 Times After Crashing At Nearly 100 MPH

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Three people were injured after a 19-year-old woman driving a Porsche Taycan at nearly 100 mph lost control and flipped at least six times through a Michigan gas station and into a parking lot. The crash happened in the early morning of March 16 in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Police say speed (obviously) and alcohol are likely factors in the crash. A 20-year-old passenger suffered “significant injuries” and is in critical condition, but is expected to survive, according to ABC7 Detroit. Another 19-year-old passenger and the driver also suffered more minor injuries.

In the 11-second surveillance footage clip released by Ann Arbor Police on YouTube, we can see the Taycan speeding down the road when the driver attempted to make a left turn. From the looks of it, she clipped a curb and lost control. She then hit another curb sideways, and that’s what sent the car airborne. From there, the car flipped multiple times through a gas station and eventually came to a rest in an adjacent parking lot.

Seatbelts apparently played a big factor in why all three people inside the car were able to survive this nasty wreck.


“It shows the importance of wearing your seatbelt. Seatbelts save lives and that was a very big reason all three occupants were able to survive this violet crash, police told ABC7 Detroit.

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