Driver in Tesla crash was playing video game: NTSB

Walter Huang's distracted driving led to his death in March 2018 in Mountain View, California.
0:23 | 02/26/20

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Transcript for Driver in Tesla crash was playing video game: NTSB
It's a deadly Tesla crash is being blamed in part on the car's auto pilot system in 2018 a tussle slammed into a concrete barrier in California killing the driver. The NTSB says the auto pilot miss identified a lane marker that was speeded. The board called for Tesla to do more to stop misuse of the feature point out the driver was plain a video game behind the wheel at the time.

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