Lamborghini lands on top of a Florida roof after crashing

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Lamborghini lands on top of a Florida roof after crashing

He was really flying.

A Lamborghini SUV vaulted 20 feet through the air and hit the roof of a home Sunday after running a stop sign and smashing into another car, according to reports.

Video of the wild Fort Lauderdale collision shows the white luxury vehicle — which can cost more than $200,000 — getting t-boned by a Nissan SUV after speeding into an intersection.

According to witnesses, the six-figure stunner hit a nearby roof and flipped before coming to rest on the other side and bursting into flames.

“It appears that the car flew through the air about 20 to 30 feet,” said Fort Lauderdale Assistant Fire Chief Timothy Heiser told WSVN Miami.

With the car burning and the driver still inside, good Samaritan Clarence Middleton quickly dragged the driver out and laid him down nearby.

Still from the scene.
The Lamborghini slammed into another car before it flew in the air.

“He was hurt at first,” Middleton told the station. “But as soon as I picked him up he snapped back out of it.”

Crashed SUV.
The SUV was a rental.
Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue

The stunned witness said the shoeless man sprinted off without looking back.

Crashed car.
The SUV could cost up to $200,000.
Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue

Firefighters extinguished the fire, leaving local residents gawking at the charred luxury husk.

The dazed driver eventually sought medical attention at a nearby hospital and is cooperating with investigators.

Damage on the house.
Damage on the roof of the Fort Lauderdale house where the SUV ended up.
Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue

He had rented the Lamborghini Uru from a Miami luxury car dealer, the outlet reported.

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