Mercedes AMG-Series C 63
Vancouver police arrested a 19-year old Chinese national after he returned to Canada, over a violent high-speed crash in his parents’ 2015 Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe that happened last year. According to the police, Yue Hui Wang, who was 18 years old at the time, was travelling with a 17-year old friend in the right seat at 250 km/h (155mph) or five times the speed limit, before losing control and crashing the AMG on someone’s lawn at South West Marine Drive, near 57 Ave., at 3 a.m. on April 12, 2015. The two teens remained in the car for almost an hour before someone found them and called for help. Wang escaped almost unharmed, being released the following day from the hospital, but his 17 year old male friend, suffered head trauma, facial fractures, brain swelling, a fractured arm, and eye damage. "We're very lucky that we didn't pull two dead bodies out of this vehicle," said Vancouver Police Const. Brian Montague speaking to CBC News. "It's nothing more than a fluke. At 250 km/h, when investigators told me how fast he was going, I honestly didn't think anyone could travel that fast on that stretch of highway." Yue Hui Wang was nabbed after arriving at Vancouver’s airport from China, with police charging him with criminal negligence causing bodily harm. “My understanding is he was coming back to participate in a ceremony for his Canadian citizenship,” told reporters. “Whether he knew there was a warrant out for his arrest, that I’m not sure."