Possible Cause Revealed for $300K Car Explosion on US-Canadian Border

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Investigators believe a mechanical failure could have been behind the Wednesday morning vehicle explosion at a U.S.-Canada border crossing in New York.

The Niagara Falls Police Department is looking into whether the vehicle malfunctioned when it slammed into a barrier at the Rainbow Bridge crossing and burst into flames, the New York Post reported.

“We’re investigating every issue,” Superintendent John Faso said.

Another possibility is that the driver of the vehicle had a medical episode, although Faso said that for now there is “no confirmation of that.”

Faso also confirmed that the vehicle was a 2022 Bentley Flying Spur, a model that the Post said goes for $300,000.

The passengers of the vehicle have been identified as 53-year-old Grand Island, New York, residents Kurt and Monica Villani. Both were killed in the accident.

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