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Slightly Injured in collision on Google self driving car
A self-propelled vehicle of Google was first involved in a collision that slightly injured. Three Google employees had a slight whiplash. The accident was not due to the self-propelled vehicle, claims Google.
The collision took place early this month at a crossroads, writes Chris Urmson of the Google project for self-propelled vehicles on Medium. Although the traffic light was green, a row stopped cars to prevent them from coming to stand still at the congested intersection. The self-moving car of Google, the third in line, also stopped, but then at the rear rammed by another car. That driver was distracted and did not notice the traffic, leaving him with 27 kilometers per hour on the Google car collided.
Although not the first time that a self-propelled car from Google is involved in a collision, it is the first time that there were injured. Three Google employees faced after the collision because of a slight whiplash, writes the Chicago Tribune. After a visit to the hospital but they could the next day back to work. The careless driver complained of pain in his back and neck. Also made the front bumper of his car there; The Google car was better off, with just a little fender bender.
It is the fifteenth time that a self-propelled car from Google is involved in an accident. According to the search and advertising giant was that no single time due to the self-driving car, but it was always for human error. At first glance, self-propelled cars Google more often involved in accidents than other cars, but according to Google is because about half of the collisions are not reported. Also at the collision with the self-propelled vehicles, not a single time, the police turned on.Viewing:-131
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