Investigation Underway After Ford Self-Driving Test Car Crash - News

In a recent incident, a self-driving test car from Ford was involved in a collision that left two people injured. The crash occurred when a Ford Mustang Mach-E SUV, equipped with the company's semi-automated driving system, collided with a Honda CR-V that had initially come to a stop on the highway lanes.

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The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is actively investigating the incident, focusing on whether Ford's driver-assistance system played a role in the crash. Preliminary information suggests that the Honda CR-V was stationary in the middle lane without its lights on around 9:50 PM. Tragically, the accident resulted in the loss of a 56-year-old CR-V driver's life.

Ford has issued a statement expressing sympathy for those affected and is diligently researching the details of the crash. As the investigation unfolds, authorities aim to unveil the precise sequence of events that led to this unfortunate collision.

Stay tuned for further updates News as the investigation progresses.

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