Police Use Lamborghini to Deliver Two Kidneys to Transplant Patients Hundreds of Miles Apart

Dan Smith

Italian police used powerful Lamborghinis to speed across the country to deliver kidneys to two critically ill patients awaiting transplants. The supercar covered a distance of about 300 miles from Padua to Rome at 145 mph, completing the important mission in less than two hours. Automobiles worth $150,000 were donated to police by luxury car manufacturers for these emergency missions. Read on to find out how emergency transport stopped, and when a police car accident caused an emergency. 1

"The most beautiful Christmas present"

"I'm traveling down the highway to deliver the most beautiful Christmas presents. Life," police said. Facebook post A Lamborghini Huracán was shown painted in police colors and equipped with flashing lights. "Thanks to the state police's special Father's Christmas, two people received the gift of a kidney," police said. It is now.” 2

5 hours trip for 2 people

After loading a refrigerated box containing the kidneys into a special compartment at the front of the car, the driver hurriedly departed from a hospital in Padua, in northeastern Italy, carrying one kidney in Modena and a second in Rome. I called. The Lamborghini was reportedly averaging 145mph along the way, so the 303-mile journey took just over two hours. Google Maps estimates that the trip should take at least 5 hours under normal conditions. 3

two cars on duty

The Lamborghini Huracán, with a top speed of 200 mph, was presented to police by the luxury car manufacturer in 2017. It is used for traffic patrol, moving organs, and is displayed as a recruiting tool at public events. Another Huracán is operated by Rome's motorway patrol, and a 2009 Lamborghini Gallardo once used by the police is now in a museum. Four

In-flight defibrillator

Trained police drivers are frequently called in to deliver organs for transplantation and urgently needed medical supplies. The car is equipped with a defibrillator that can be used to respond to cardiac emergencies. The recipient of one of the cancer-stricken kidney donors said police made him race his organs across Italy in 2020 to save his life. Five

there are occasional accidents

But the police, just like us, don't always maintain a cool vibe behind the wheel. There were several accidents, including slamming into a row of The officer reportedly evaded it to avoid a slow driver who had unwittingly pulled over from a gas station. hit the roof of 6


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