US agency eyes fatal crash involving self-driving car

The National Transportation Safety Board is moving to determine the probable cause of the first fatal crash involving a self-driving vehicle

WASHINGTON -- The National Transportation Safety Board is moving to determine the probable cause of the first fatal crash involving a self-driving vehicle.

The board will meet Nov. 19 as part of its efforts.

Authorities say records show the backup driver was streaming a television show on her phone in the moments before the crash.

Prosecutors declined to file charges against Uber, as a corporation, in Herzberg's death, but they're still considering whether to charge the driver.