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Buck said upon arrival, responders found the car wedged between two trees on the north side of the cul de sac and fully engulfed in flames.
I don't know but if the 12V battery is damaged and the HV contactors open there is no power.
"We have witness statements from people that said they left to test drive the vehicle without a driver and to show the friend how it can drive itself," Herman said.
Except the “eye witness” that says he saw the driver move over to passenger side and apparently could not be bothered to wait 20 seconds to see if they made it around the cul-de-sac.It's my assumption that it was a totally normal and not particularly wise launch demo w/ 2 guys in the front seats, that went awry and ended in the crash. The electrics of the car were damaged and the doors would not open. The driver came to (if there had been unconciousness), and couldn't open the front door. Crawled in the back and didn't know about the emergency pull cable. (Almost nobody knows about it) They perished ☹
(Nothing to do with Autopilot but the media won't inaccuracy get in the way of a ratings bonanza)
KRPC-TV - updated today: Tesla CrashExcept the “eye witness” that says he saw the driver move over to passenger side and apparently could not be bothered to wait 20 seconds to see if they made it around the cul-de-sac.
A few hundred yards. Would you wait to see what happened? Where would you have to be to not hear the crash? I heard a crash four houses away (from inside my house) where a car hit a tree. And they backed out and drove away.
"The owner, he said, backed out of the driveway, and then may have done something that no other Tesla owner - including all the enthusiasts - has ever done or been able to do"