An Ohio man has died after a rented green super car speeding through Las Vegas smashed into his parked car in a suspected DUI.
Joshua David Badell, 39, of Greenwood, Ohio, was believed to be sleeping in the passenger seat of his car, in the Metropilitan area of Las Vegas, when it was struck by the 2018 McLaren 570S.
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) report that the green vehicle was travelling southbound at a 'high rate of speed' on South Pecos Road and Tropicana Avenue.
Failing to 'maintain the lane', the driver 'lost control' of the vehicle, running off the side of the road and hitting Badell's 2000 Toyota Camry.
Bystanders try to help moments after the collision, racing to the scene of the rented green McLaren 570S and Badell's 2000 Toyota Camry
Smoke can be seen rising from the crashed supercar, after police say it 'lost control'
The aftermath: the Toyota Camry where Badell was reportedly sleeping before the collision. He was declared dead at the scene
Tributes have flowed for Badell and an online obituary was posted by his family (pictured)
Driver Stanley E. Butler Jr., 29, from Washington D.C., who is recovering from his injuries in hospital, now faces reckless and drunken driving charges
His passenger Levone Blagburn-Brant, 29, of Temple Hill, Maryland, was also critically hurt and is still receiving treatment.
Nearby business owner, Paul Klein, of 702 Motoring, heard the frightening crash happen in front of his business at around 4.12am on Sunday Jun 2, and raced out.
In shocking video he recorded, the overturned vehicles can be seen, along with blood on the ground and traffic police trying to extinguish the sports car.
The aftermath of the collision: police reports say the green McLaren 'lost control' before hitting the Toyota Camry