Google self-driving car at fault in collision with bus

By USA Today

Mar 01, 2016

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After more than a million miles of autonomous driving over the past six years, Google's self-driving car had never been at fault in the 17 accidents the company reported to the California Department of Motor Vehicles.

Until now.

According to a report to the DMV, on February 14 a self-driving Lexus SUV owned by parent company Alphabet was testing on the streets of Mountain View, CA, when it struck a bus while traveling at 2 mph. 

Read the full story at usatoday.com.

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