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Regulators open second Tesla probe following Model X crash, report says

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Safety regulators are leaving no stone unturned at Tesla since the first known fatality involving the company’s semi-autonomous driving system, Autopilot, was reported last week.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has opened an investigation involving a Tesla crash — the second in as many weeks. This most recent probe involves a Model X SUV that crashed in Pennsylvania on July 1, Automotive News reports.

The Model X reportedly hit a guardrail then swerved across a number of lanes. When it hit the median, it rolled over onto its roof. Both the driver and passenger were injured in the crash. Read more…

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