Five hurt when Tesla car on autopilot mode suddenly accelerated off the road and flipped into a marsh - Daily Mail
A driver and his four passengers were hurt when his Tesla suddenly accelerated while on autopilot, careened off the road and flipped into a marsh.
David Clark, 58, of Eden Prairie, Minnesota, had put the electric car into its autopilot feature, and was approaching the intersection of 141st Street and 172nd Avenue in Irving Township.
He told police: 'When he engaged the auto pilot (sic) feature, that the vehicle suddenly accelerated causing the car to leave the roadway and overturn.'
The 2016 Tesla was found upside down in a nearby marsh. Clark and his four passengers suffered minor... write journalists from Daily Mail read more news | read original article
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