Uber‘s self-driving Volvo SUVs has been associated with a crash in Arizona– apparently leaving the automobile turned onto its side, and with damage to at least 2 other human-driven automobiles in the vicinity.
The consequences of the mishap is pictured in pictures and a video posted to Twitter by a user @FrescoNews, a service for offering material to news outlets. According to the firm’s tweets, the crash took place in Tempe, Arizona, and no injuries have yet been reported.
Uber has also confirmed the crash and the accuracy of the photos to Bloomberg.
Local paper reports suggest another vehicle failed to yield to Uber’s SUV, damaging it and resulting in the autonomous automobile turning onto its side. Most likely the Uber driver was not able to take over the controls in time to avoid the accident.
In December, company redeployed third-gen self-driving test vehicles to Arizona from San Francisco.