Started Uber test self-driving cars on public roads in Arizona a while ago, and while there have been reports of the occurrence of the car in minor accidents, they are not available in the fatal accident until today. This has caused one of the cars Uber self-driving this week in the killing of a pedestrian after being hit by a car in the area of Tempe, Arizona. Confirmed Tempe police that the car was in the mode of self-driving when the accident occurred.
The accident occurred near Mill Avenue and Curry Road in the earlier morning of the last Sunday in Tempe, Arizona. The car was in the direction of North when she hit a woman who was walking outside the crosswalk pedestrians. Woman was rushed to the hospital where she died of her wounds. Police have identified the victim as Elaine Herzberg 49-year-old.
As assured Uber that the car was in the mode of self-driving when the accident but there was a driver Safety a human behind the wheel. This is a legal requirement for cars self-driving that develop their technology under test on public roads. Added a spokesman for the company said that there wasn’t anyone else in the car except for driver safety which were not included in this case. Were not disclosed more details about the driver have the police seized now on the car.
Began Safety Authority National Transport America an investigation into the incident and sent a team to Tempe. Drew Dara Khosrowshahi, President and CEO of ” Uber”, condolences to the affected family and said that ” Uber ” working with statutory bodies local to find out what happened.
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