Two men killed after Tesla accident


Two men were killed after a Tesla vehicle collided with a tree and burst into flames in Texas, and police accept there was no one present steering the ship at the hour of the mishap. 

The 2019 Tesla Model S was going at a fast when it neglected to arrange a bend on a winding street. 

The people in question, both in their 50s, were found in the front seat and in the rear of the vehicle. 

Tesla didn't react quickly to the BBC's solicitation for input. 

Proof recommends that "nobody was driving the vehicle at the hour of effect," said Mark Herman, Harris County Precinct 4 constable, adding the case was as yet being scrutinized. 

It is indistinct whether Tesla's Autopilot highlight was being used.

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