Some News Reports Allege Tesla Vehicles Are Serial Killers
According to a news report published on newstarget.com, several news outlets are calling Tesla motor vehicles "serial killers" because the autonomous driving vehicles have been "committing homicide." Some auto safety experts are now asking why Tesla is not being held responsible for these tragic accidents.
Last January, news agencies reported that Tesla crashed into another motor vehicle at a "high rate of speed," and the Tesla's battery caught on fire. The National Transportation Safety Administration is currently investigating the fatal accident. That tragic accident happened in Salt Lake City. Salt Lake Police Lieutenant Brett Olsen stated that intoxication was not suspected in this severe accident. Several news outlets began to speculate that Tesla's "autopilot" system is playing these horrific accidents.
One year ago, a Tesla on AutoPilot suddenly left a New Jersey highway and crashed into several objects due to faulty autopilot programming.
In the Salt Lake Tesla accident, a fifty-year-old driver of a Nissan sedan was hit by an out-of-control Tesla. The driver of the Nissan was rushed to a local area hospital and was listed as being in critical medical condition. Tragically, she passed away. A witness stated that they heard a loud boom and saw the Tesla come flying toward them.
This crash is the 15th fatal Tesla crash this year, and the number of Tesla accidents has provoked the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to begin a special investigation into the Tesla accidents.
According to a news report on Reuters.com, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued a public "advisory" that warns Tesla owners to always make sure that they keep their hands on the steering wheel and pay attention while driving.
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