Here’s Why an Autonomous Shuttle and Truck Collided in Las Vegas, According to the NTSB
The National Transportation Safety Board has investigated and released findings on a Las Vegas collision.
On November 8, 2017, there was a minor collision between an autonomous shuttle and a commercial truck in Las Vegas. There were no injuries to the seven passengers and one attendant aboard the shuttle or to the driver of the truck. The accident caused minor damage to the lower left front of the shuttle’s body and a minor abrasion to the truck’s tire.
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