The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has engaged in its fourth active investigation into a crash involving a Tesla. This time considering a fatal incident on Tuesday where in a Model S left the road and crashed into a concrete wall.
The National Transportation Safety Board, the NTSB, has launched another in a series of four active investigations involving Tesla crashes. This time focusing on a crash where a Model S went off-road and crashed into a concrete wall. The investigation is focused on the battery fire caused by the crash. Of the other investigations another is about a battery fire and the other two are about the autopilot system.
The latest crash killed two teens, Barrett Riley and Edgar Martinez. Tesla stated that it was a “very high-speed collision and…Autopilot was not engaged.”