Tesla on autopilot had an accident: two were killed

Tesla Model 2019 flew off the road and crashed into a tree, unable to cope with a turn at a dead end in north Houston, Texas. Two people in the car were killed, and the electric car itself caught fire and blazed for several hours. Local authorities are almost certain that no one was driving the car.

According to information from Western publications, Tesla was moving at high speed and drove into a dead end where it was necessary to turn around. But the electric car could not turn around at that speed and flew off the road, crashing into a tree. As it turned out later, one of the victims was in the front passenger seat, and the second in the back. Now city services are finding out if the autopilot or driver assistance system was turned on.

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