As the Tesla Model S traveled at 2018 kilometers in 170, the camera images of a traffic accident emerged by hitting the railroad crossing. In a crash, a Tesla Model S car crashes into a railroad crossing and flies as it travels at a speed of 170 kilometers per hour. The Tesla Model S, which stays in the air for seconds, makes a very hard landing.
According to local sources, the 2016 Tesla Model S was used by a 48-year-old person named James Phipps. While Phipps would normally have to pass 50 kilometers from the railroad crossing, it passed more than three times the legal limit, which caused the car to take off.
The emergence of images of the accident in 2018 also mobilized the authorities. James Phipps, who was referred to the Court because of the accident, said that he did not know the railroad because he did not use the road he had accident so much and that he was on the brakes when he saw the train pass, but it was too late. Phipps also stated that he did not remember the incident and stated that he might have stepped on the gas instead of the brake.