VIDEO: Lamborghini Driver Caught Texting Moments After Accidentally Killing a Pedestrian

A video showing a 24-year-old driver texting on his mobile phone moments after accidentally killing a pedestrian out buying milk has emerged online.

In the footage, Wiyang Lautner, the Lamborghini driver, was seen checking the damage to his car after allegedly mowing down three people down the street in Surabaya, East Java in Indonesia.

Lautner apparently lost control of his  vehicle during a supercar race with a Ferrari on the busy street. The Lamborghini spun out of control hitting three people including Mr. Mujianto, Ms. Srikanti, and Mr. Kuswanto, who was killed instantly.

According to eyewitnesses, Mr. Kuswanto’s body was dragged by the car along the road before it was smashed into a tree. On the other hand,  Mr. Mujianto and Ms. Srikanti suffered broken legs because of the accident.

Reportedly, Ms. Srikanti and husband Mr. Kuswanto were buying milk at the side of the road when the expensive vehicle struck them.

Local reports claimed that Lautner was arrested after the incident. Meanwhile, Mr. Kuswanto’s lifeless body was taken to Soetomo Hospital for a post-mortem examination.

Watch the video.

History of Lamborghini

To offer refined grand touring car to compete with vehicles produced by Ferrari, Italian manufacturing magnate Ferruccio Lamborghini founded Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A in 1963. Known for manufacturing luxury sports cars, Lamborghini’s models were recognized for their power, refinement and comfort.

Lamborghini gained acclaim in 1966 after releasing Miura sports coupe, which was regarded as the standard layout for high-performance cars of that time. Although the company grew fast in sales during its first 10 years, it sales declined during the 1973 worldwide financial downturn and oil crisis.

The company was eventually sold to the Volkwasgen Group in 1998 and was placed under the Audi division. It now produces sports car as well as v12 engines for offshore powerboat racing.