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The father of an 18-year-old Florida teen killed when his speeding Tesla slammed into a wall and held glow is suing a company, observant a pile-up should have been “entirely survivable.”
Police contend Barrett Riley and his 18-year-old crony Edgar Monserrat died when Riley mislaid control of his father’s automobile during 116 mph in May 2018. Another crony was thrown from a automobile and survived.
The South Florida SunSentinel reports that James B. Riley sued Wednesday in Santa Clara County, California, where Tesla is based. Monserrat’s relatives filed a identical lawsuit in January. Both censure a car’s lithium-ion battery pack, that exploded when a Tesla strike a petrify wall.
A Tesla matter progressing this year pronounced “no automobile could have withstood a high-speed pile-up of this kind.”