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Lamborghini Crushed by Tree in Eagle Rock During Windpocalypse

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If you drive a $300,000 car, it's probably a good idea to make sure that it's covered up by, say, a tarp, or even a garage (that you presumably can afford). But someone in Eagle Rock wasn't thinking ahead when they parked their Lamborghini on the street during yesterdays' windstorm, and our friends over at Curbed LA turned up an unfortunate photograph of the Italian luxury vehicle beneath a felled tree.