A man who died in a Lamborghini super car crash on the M62 has been named by police as Shaan Hussain, 20.
The 20-year-old had been driving the super car along the M62 before it was overturned on the westbound carriageway of the motorway near Kirklees.
Hussain, from Bradford, died following the crash while a 22-year-old woman who was also inside of the black Lamborghini Urus was rushed to hospital with serious injuries, MEN reported.
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The pair had been driving down the M62 in the early hours of Wednesday morning, with the super car overturned and crashing at 4:20am on December 21.
West Yorkshire Police are continuing to appeal to members of the public for any information on the crash.
A stretch of the motorway between junction 22 and 23 was closed off following the crash so that officers could investigate, with a statement from police noting that Hussain had died in the crash.
A statement from West Yorkshire Police at the time of the crash read: "Police are investigating a road traffic collision which took place on the M62 in the early hours of this morning which has resulted in the death of one person and the serious injury of another.
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"The collision took place on the westbound carriageway, between junctions 22 and 23, at around 4:20am and involved one vehicle.
"The westbound M62 remains closed as enquiries take place to establish what happened."
Tributes have since been paid to the 20-year-old, with one person saying: "My deepest sympathy to his family, so sad, god bless you young man."
Another bloke who said he was Hussain's neighbour, added: "Young, lovely, polite kid. Known him and his two brothers as they live next to me. Always respectful and a genuine smile…"
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