Porsche mysteriously flies off New York parking lot, police find pile of cash on wreckage but no driver

New York police are working to determine who was behind the wheel of a Porsche before it crashed from a second-story parking garage, and why wads of cash and a cellphone remained undiscovered.

The incident was reported shortly after 5 a.m. Sunday at 40 West 225th Street, a Bronx Target store. The blue Porsche landed roof down at street level in a grassy area outside the garage, New York police confirmed.

The unknown driver of the car did not remain at the scene, but photographs taken during the investigation show wads of cash and a cell phone left on the vehicle’s undercarriage.

Police told FOX 5 New York they don’t know if the Porsche was stolen or not.

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NYPD investigators examine the edge of a parking lot where a Porsche was blown onto its side on Sunday, June 16, 2024. (Pierre Gerber)

Wads of cash and a mobile phone were found on the undercarriage of the car after the accident. (Pierre Gerber)

A woman who identified herself as the owner of the Porsche to ABC 7 said she traveled from Pennsylvania to New York after hearing what happened. A hospital worker, who wished to remain anonymous, told the local television station that the person who was behind the wheel at the time of the accident went to the emergency room after surviving the fall and sustaining rib injuries. broken.

“He said he walked home and took a nap and it shocks me that he could have done that,” the hospital employee said.

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The incident occurred at 40 West 225th Street, which Google Maps identifies as a Bronx Target store. (Pierre Gerber)

Police responded to the scene in the Bronx shortly after 5 a.m. following a 911 call. (Pierre Gerber)

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The New York City Department of Buildings sent inspectors to the site to conduct a stability check of the parking lot, Audacy reports.

The incident remains under investigation. No injuries were reported to the New York Police Department.

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