Transcript for Bodycam video reveals new details of deadly Uber self-driving car accident
new images following the deadly crash caught on camera involving a self-driving ur car. C's Zachary kich reports on why investigators say this agedy was avoidable. You all right? Yeah. I'm just shan up. Reporter: This morning we're learning more about what caused this deadly car crash in Arizona. New released body cam deo showthem questioning the backup driver at the scene. O you have a cold or flu? Or anything lik that. I'm sick over what happened. Reporter: Tempe police reporting rafaella Vasquez was watching hulu when the accident happened. Now could fa criminal charges. She appeared to be distracted when the biker appears in the road. The car was inutonomous driving mode when it hit and killed 49-year-old Elaine Herzberg who was crossing the street midblock with her bike. So exactly what happened? The car was in auto-drive and all of a sudden I -- the car didn't see it. I didn't see it, and all of a sudden it was just there but shot out in front and then I think -- I know I hit them. Reporter: Officers investigating calculated it could have been prevented if Vasquez used the manual brake when the pestrian first appeared. The report saying the car uld have stopped more than 42 feet shy of herzburg. What happed and she said a vehicle hit the pedestrian. Reporter: Police are now call the crash entirely avoible. Uber says it has strict rules againsdrivers using mobile devices. We reached out to the driver for comment but have not heard back. Police are requesting a char of vehicular manslaughter. Guys, back over to you. Zachary, thank you. Such a sad story.
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