Elon Musk Defends Tesla Following Latest Self-Driving Accident

The CEO claims reactions to the crash are disproportionate

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Tesla is in the hot seat again after a 28-year-old Utah woman crashed her vehicle into a fire truck last weekend, but shifted the blame to the car’s self-driving feature. The woman, who sustained only minor injuries in the crash, said she had activated the car’s autopilot mode, but confessed she was looking at her phone directly prior to the crash.

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