Ai kills another human : Tesla Model 3 veered off the road, collided with a tree, and burst into flames

The spouse of a Tesla employee, who tragically lost their life in what could be the initial Full Self-Driving accident, expressed that both she and her husband were experimental subjects for the technology. The incident occurred when the Tesla veered off a mountain road and collided with a tree, resulting in a fatal crash. Despite the circumstances, the widow believed in Elon Musk’s vision for autonomous vehicles, even though she felt they were essentially testing the system’s safety with their lives.

Hans von Ohain, a Tesla recruiter, tragically lost his life in a car accident on a winding Colorado mountain road. His Tesla Model 3 veered off the road, collided with a tree, and burst into flames, as reported by The Washington Post.

Erik Rossiter, a friend who was with Ohain during the 2022 crash, survived the incident. Rossiter informed first responders that Ohain had engaged the “auto-drive feature on the Tesla”, and the vehicle strayed directly off the road. If Rossiter’s account is accurate, this incident would mark the first known fatality associated with Tesla’s Full Self-Driving technology—a development that Tesla has yet to publicly acknowledge.

Despite Ohain’s intoxication at the time of the crash (with a blood-alcohol level exceeding three times the legal limit), investigators determined that this was not a typical drunken-driving collision. Notably, there were no skid marks, which typically indicate braking attempts before impact. Instead, rolling tire marks suggested that power continued to be transmitted to the wheels even after the crash