NTSB releases preliminary report on fatal Tesla crash in Spring, Texas


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The National Transportation Safety Board, a federal agency that investigates accidents, has released records from a preliminary probe of a fatal Tesla crash that took place in Spring, Texas, in April.
However, it has not yet reached a conclusion about what caused the crash or whether the driver misused advanced driver-assistance features on the car.

The vehicle veered off a road, hit a tree and caught fire, killing both occupants. The crash garnered national attention after local police told Houston-metro area reporters that their investigators believed nobody was in the driver’s seat…


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