Two killed in huge blaze after driverless Tesla crashes into tree – New York Post
Two men perished inside a Tesla Model S that authorities believe was set to autopilot with no one behind the wheel — when the car crashed into a tree in Texas and sparked a massive fire.
The deadly smash-up happened aroudn 11:30 p.m. Saturday night in The Woodlands, a neighborhood in Houston.
“Our preliminary investigation is determining — but it’s not complete yet — that there was no one at the wheel of that vehicle,” he said. “We’re almost 99.9 percent sure.”
The blaze continued to burn for hours, with firefighters pumping more than 30,000 gallons of water onto the flames before they were put out.