Two passengers were killed in a crash of a Tesla Model S on Saturday in which th…
Two passengers were killed in a crash of a Tesla Model S on Saturday in which there was no one sitting in the driver’s seat, according to police. The crash in the Houston suburb of Spring, Texas, killed a person in the front passenger seat and one in the rear seat of the car, according to Constable Mark Herman, the head of the Harris County police precinct that responded to the crash. “I can tell you our investigators are certain no one was in the driver’s seat at the time of the crash,” he told CNN Monday. But later Monday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted that the “Autopilot” feature available on this car was not engaged, based upon “data logs recovered so far.” He did not give details about what the data logs did in fact show, or if they ran up through the moment of the accident.
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