Tesla faces another NHTSA investigation after fatal driverless crash in Texas


Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk unveils a new all-wheel-drive version of the Model S car in Hawthorne, California October 9, 2014.

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On Monday, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said it “immediately” launched another investigation into Tesla following a fatal crash in Spring, Texas, over the weekend.

Two men died in the crash Saturday night, and apparently, nobody was behind the wheel, according to multiple press interviews with local police.

The electric vehicle, a Tesla 2019 Model S, crashed into a tree and burst into flames. One person was found in the front passenger seat, and another was in the rear passenger seat of the vehicle.

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