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NTSB faults Tesla, U.S. regulators in deadly 2018 Autopilot crash

Reuters Tuesday, 25 February 2020
The chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board on Tuesday criticized Tesla Inc 's lack of system safeguards in a fatal Autopilot crash in California in 2018 and U.S. regulators' "scant oversight."
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