U.S. to probe self-driving car crash involving GM-backed Cruise


A robot car of the General Motors subsidiary Cruise is on a test drive in 2019.

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Federal vehicle safety regulators will investigate a crash last month in which a vehicle struck a self-driving car from General Motors-backed Cruise. The incident resulted in minor injuries.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Thursday said its Special Crash Investigation Program is probing the incident, which occurred June 3 in San Francisco – a day after California regulators granted Cruise permission to commercialize its robotaxi fleet.

Occupants of both vehicles involved in the crash received medical treatment for “allegedly minor injuries,”…


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