WA Tesla Kills One in “Veered” Crash

Not much detail yet to explain why yet another Tesla suddenly left the road at full speed into a tree.

A 50-year-old Belfair resident was killed Wednesday night in a single-car crash along Highway 106 on the south shore of Hood Canal.

Letricia E. Macomber was driving a red Tesla west on the highway at 7:30 p.m., about two miles south of the junction with Highway 3 in Belfair and before Sunset Beach, according to the Washington State Patrol. The car left the highway to the right, or the water side, coming to rest in a ditch after hitting multiple trees and a power box, WSP said in an incident report.

She suddenly lost control at the 17900 block of State Route 106?

This comes just days after another unexplained sudden “veered” Tesla crash in California.

A Tesla veered off Interstate 5 and took out a fence, a pole and a light standard before landing near The Old Road at Pinta Lane on Sunday morning in Castaic, according to the California Highway Patrol.

The vehicle was believed to be traveling northbound on I-5 before the crash and landed on the embankment at the lower crossover at The Old Road and Lake Hughes Road, said Officer Elizabeth Kravig, a spokeswoman with the CHP.

Source: The Signal

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