CA Tesla Fire After “Veered” Crash Into Tree

Mendocino County news says their road had to be closed for three hours to battle the fire.

In the early hours of the morning, a white Tesla collided with a tree on State Route 128 at mile marker 22.7, resulting in a significant fire. Anderson Valley Fire Chief Andres Avila provided details on the incident, noting that the initial dispatch came in at 4:54 a.m. “Upon arrival, we found a Tesla fully involved in flames, with the driver already outside the vehicle,” said Avila.

A 5am crash into a tree should beg the question whether “self-driving” lost control while the owner was asleep.

Source: Google Maps

This scene appears very similar to the recent Florida Tesla fatal crash into a tree, suggesting a pattern of failures.

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