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NTSB investigating fiery Tesla crash that killed driver

Tesla officials say missing crash barrier likely to blame for crash's severity

by Kevin Forestieri

The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the fiery car crash on Highway 101 that killed the driver of a Tesla Model X last Friday. On Tuesday, Tesla officials blamed the severity of the crash on a missing protective freeway barrier, called a crash attenuator, and announced that the company is aiding the investigation.

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