In the strictest sense, yes, it is an edge case that FSD will need to be able to handle. But I would never be so callous. A person's death is never just another "edge case" to solve. I do suspect that one big reason why Tesla is so committed to reaching L5 autonomy as quickly as possible, is because FSD is the only way to truly solve these edge cases on the current hardware. The fact is that the current AP with it's limited use of cameras and limited NN, is never going to be able to handle these sort of cases. The only way to guarantee that you have solved a scenario like this, is with all cameras active, including the front side cameras, and the full NN that can detect and predict all vehicles and objects. Doing so, requires that Tesla finish their work on FSD. The sooner Tesla finishes FSD, the sooner they can make the cars much safer and prevent these accidents from ever happening again. Autopilot is not designed to handle that situation yet. Once Tesla releases the full FSD and says that Autopilot is L5, then yes, it will be able to handle that situation.