From Electrek: Tesla Model S crashes into a bus in Germany, Autopilot is being blamed again

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    Several German media outlets are reporting this morning on an accident involving a Tesla Model S and a bus on the Autobahn in northern Germany. According to the reports, the Model S was changing lanes using the Autopilot feature and crashed into a bus.

    The 50-year-old driver was reportedly “slightly injured” in the accident, but all passengers on the bus were unhurt. more…

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    Driver didn't do a shoulder check surely. How quickly some are becoming so lazy as to forget basic driver training. :mad:
     
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    Appears to be a still-developing story.
    Update: Another source, who talked with the driver, says that the Model S was driving forward when the crash occurred and that the bus was the vehicle changing lane.
     
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    News flash: 2714 ICE cars crashed into a bus today. Gasoline is being blamed!:eek:
     
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