Google driver crashes autonomous car

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CNET: Google driver crashes autonomous car:

"Automotive blog Jalopnik got a tip this week that one of Google's autonomous cars, a Prius, got in a fender bender near the search giant's Mountain View campus. Google issued a statement noting that the car was being driven by its human pilot when the accident occurred."
The crash involved three Priuses and two Accords. That's a full house in California Hold'Em.

(Via David King.)

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There were no casualties in the accident?

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