SEREMBAN: The owners of the three Lamborghinis which burst into flames after crashing into each other at Km260 of the North-South Expressway near Seremban on Friday, had lodged a report on the incident that same evening.
The trio, in their 30s, who were initially reported to have been missing after the incident, made the report at Seremban 2 police station at about 9pm on the same day.
Seremban deputy police chief superintendant Baharuddin Mustapha, who confirmed this, said they would continue the investigation into the crash.
New Straits Times had reported that the three luxury cars, which was part of a convoy of five luxury vehicles, went up in flames following the collision, at 9.55am on Friday and caused a 5km traffic snarl.
The Singapore-registered vehicles were part of a convoy of five cars heading to Kuala Lumpur.
It was also reported that no reports have been lodged by either the drivers or the passengers after the incidents.
They were also said to be missing when police arrived at the scene.
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