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Law student, 19, dies in fireball crash

after losing control of Lamborghini


Aya Hadir Ghais, who was studying in the UAE, died after the high-powered Lamborghini she was driving crashed and caught fire in Abu Dhabi.


Authorities in the United Arab Emirate's capital said that Aya Hadir Ghais, 19, was travelling in the high-powered vehicle alone when the horrific accident happened on Saturday.


Despite firefighters arriving on the scene in Defence Road within four minutes and extinguishing the fire, she could not be freed in time.


The teenager, who friends say dreamed of one day being a mother, had been married for two years.  It seems she had borrowed the car from her husband’s cousin and called friends to tell them of her good luck.  


According to Captain Abdullah Al Tamimi, from Abu Dhabi Civil Defence,: 'She must have been driving too fast. Her car hit the kerb, overturned and caught fire.'
















Aya’s roommate said: 'It was her second time to ride this car which came for her from Lebanon. I thank God that she died instantly at the crash and did not suffer for long,' she said.


Capt Abdullah Al Tamimi, the head of customer service and public relations at Abu Dhabi Civil Defence, said he suspected speed was a factor.


An investigation into the tragedy is now taking place by Abu Dhabi Police.


The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced last month that all Lamborghini Gallardo Coupe and Spyder models built in 2004 - 06 would be recalled over a potential fire risk.