No one may have been in driver’s seat in Tesla crash that killed 2 near Houston


Two men died after a Tesla vehicle that authorities believe was operating without anyone in the driver’s seat crashed into a tree Saturday night north of Houston.

One of the men was in the front passenger’s seat and the other was in the back seat of the Tesla, which was traveling at high speed along a curve before it hit a tree around 11:25 p.m. local time, Harris County Precinct 4 Constable Mark Herman said in an interview.

“Our preliminary investigation is determining—but it’s not complete yet—that there was no one at the wheel of that vehicle,” the constable said. “We’re almost 99.9% sure.”

It took emergency responders about four hours and roughly 32,000 gallons of water to put out the…



Click here to view the original article.

S&P/ASX 200 
7,014.20  31.50  0.45%  
ALL ORDINARIES 
7,239.40  30.40  0.42%  
Dow Jones Industrial Average 
34,382.13  360.73  1.06%  
S&P 500 
4,173.85  61.35  1.49%  
NASDAQ Composite 
13,429.98  304.98  2.32%  
NYSE COMPOSITE (DJ) 
16,415.36  233.76  1.44%  
FTSE 100 
7,043.61  80.28  1.15%  
DAX PERFORMANCE-INDEX 
15,416.64  216.94  1.43%  
Nikkei 225 
28,084.47  636.47  2.32%  
HANG SENG INDEX 
28,027.57  308.87  1.11%