By Jon LeSage A Tesla driver who initially blamed its Autopilot semi-autonomouus system for a collision that injured five people has had a change of mind.
The driver is David Clark, 58, and news this week quickly went out that he’d assigned responsibility to the car’s technology for the rollover last Saturday night in Hawick, Minn. The 2016 Model S ended up on its roof in a marsh with all five occupants sustaining minor injuries.
Clark had told police that the car accelerated after he’d engaged Autopilot, throwing it off the roadway where it overturned in the marsh.
The Associated Press was able to obtain
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