• July 29, 2022

Landon Embry Killed in Motorcycle, Tesla Accident on I-15 in Draper, UT

UPDATE (July 29, 2022): Reports have identified the man killed in the accident as 34-year-old Landon Embry. Additional details about the accident are still under investigation.

Draper, UT -- July 24, 2022, one person was killed due to an accident where a Tesla reportedly on Autopilot hit a motorcyclist.

Investigators reported that the collision happened at around 1:10 a.m. along I-15 in the area of 15000 South.

According to officials, a motorcyclist was going southbound on the interstate when a Tesla somehow crashed into the back of the motorcycle. Reports say the Tesla driver "didn't see" the motorcyclist, and the Tesla's Autopilot was reportedly on at the time.

The motorcyclist sustained fatal injuries due to the accident. Right now, additional details about the crash are unavailable.

Commentary on Landon Embry Motorcycle, Tesla Accident in Draper

These Autopilot stories often grab attention due to the controversies surrounding the company, its owner, and the Autopilot system itself, which has been called into question many times over the years. I can't help wondering what happened here, though.

Landon Embry Killed in Motorcycle, Tesla Accident on I-15 in Draper, UT

Could this be some situation where the vehicle's advanced feature failed to work as intended and contributed to someone's death? Of course, but it could also just be driver error. It's even possible this situation was completely unavoidable by man or machine. At the end of the day, jumping to conclusions isn't going to get the victim's loved ones the answers or the help they deserve. That will likely require having experienced professionals look into the details so that nothing important slips through the cracks.


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