The 22-year-old was driving the powerful Murcielago model early on Sunday morning when he lost control and crossed the central reservation of a motorway in Sydney, Australia.
He then collided with an oncoming taxi causing 'extensive damage to both vehicles', the Lamborghini being left with major frontal damage.
She said: 'I assumed the driver was in a second ambulance - I could not believe he was walking around without a scratch.
'I heard an onlooker say "Friend ha! I bet he is not a friend now, take a strong friendship to get through this one." '
The 30-year-old owner had lent the car to his friend for a 'bit of fun', but will have a tough time claiming the damages on insurance - it is understood the Lamborghini was not insured for drivers under the age of 25.
Fortunately the driver of the Lamborghini emerged unscathed but his 26-year-old male passenger suffered minor chest injuries.
The 51-year-old female driver of the taxi was trapped in the vehicle for more an hour with a broken leg.
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