Two passengers killed as Tesla car
with 'no one' driving crashes in
Two passengers killed as Tesla car with 'no one' driving crashes in Texas on Business Standard. One victim
was found in the front passenger seat of a 2019 Model S and the other was in the rear.
Companies News One victim was found in the front passenger seat of a
2019 Model S and the other was in the rear, Harris County Precinct 4
Constable Mark Herman said in a telephone interview.
The car ran into a tree in the Carlton Woods subdivision near The
Woodlands after traveling at high speed and failing to navigate a turn.
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The position of the victims, statements and other physical evidence
suggest that “no one was driving the vehicle at the time of impact,”
Herman said. “It’s still under investigation.”
Herman said his office is coordinating with federal authorities, without
specifying which ones, and didn’t know whether the Autopilot feature
was engaged. It took more than 30,000 gallons of water to extinguish
the fire, which burned for four hours, he added...Read more.
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