NTSB 'unhappy' with Tesla over crash disclosures

The National Transportation Safety Board criticized the electric automaker for releasing information about a fatal crash 10 days ago.
0:45 | 04/02/18

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Transcript for NTSB 'unhappy' with Tesla over crash disclosures
And the National Transportation Safety Board isn't happy with Tesla the agency criticize the electric automaker for releasing information about a fatal crash ten days ago. Tesla announced that the vehicle was in semi autonomous auto pilot mode before it's landed to a highway barrier killing the driver. And April 1 also brought some more sad news from Tesla founder Elon Musk scent at a tweet that said intense efforts to raise money had failed. And the company was going bankrupt. His message said not even a major sale of Easter eggs had helped. Another treat included a photo of musk passed out against a model three as if you were drunk. We had a bunch of tests with Gil bottles around him as you probably figured that part was on April fool's joke that's.

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