2 dead after Tesla crashes into Florida home, FHP says
PALM HARBOR, Fla. - A Tesla crashed into a Florida home Friday, killing two people and seriously injuring three others, the Florida Highway Patrol said.
Officials said the car was reportedly not on autopilot when the 43-year-old driver sped through a stop sign, hit a curb that sent it airborne, and later crashed into the home.
They said a 69-year-old woman who resided at the Palm Harbor home was killed.
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One of the vehicle's passengers also died at the hospital, said FHP’s Sergeant Steve Gaskins.
The driver and two other passengers were seriously injured.
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