Two adults and two children who were in a Tesla car survived a fall from a 75-meter cliff in the US state of California on Monday. Witnesses saw their car crash and immediately alerted the emergency services. The passengers were taken to the hospital where it was found that the adults were not seriously injured and the children were unharmed. The cause of the accident is not yet known.
Tesla was driving near Devil’s Slide, an outcrop in California, when the accident occurred. A large-scale action was immediately launched, but the worst was feared for the passengers. But through binoculars, the rescuers saw that someone was still moving their Tesla.
Soon, the children were unharmed by the wreckage. The adult passengers were rescued moments later and taken to hospital in a “critical condition”. According to the local police, they were out of danger and without serious injuries. The cause of the accident is still under investigation, but according to preliminary results, it has nothing to do with the self-driving function of the Tesla car.(s)