The National Transportation Safety Board has released results of its preliminary investigation into a fatal Tesla Model S crash that occurred in Spring, Texas, in April.

Police state that the Model S veered off a road before hitting a tree and catching fire. Both occupants were killed and first responders were shocked when they apparently discovered that one of the two occupants was in the front passenger seat while the other was in the rear seat, suggesting that no one was driving.


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