The speed limit on that part of Crow Canyon road is 35 mph and he was obviously going much faster. According to one report the Tesla left the road, went through a fence, across a field then into the pond where it sank 60 feet from the water's edge. Based on damage found at the scene to a billboard the Tesla may have been airborne at some point during the crash. Drivers speeding is an ongoing problem in that area.So how fast was that car going and how drunk was the driver.
So how fast was that car going and how drunk was the driver.
Man found dead after Tesla crashes into Castro Valley pondSF Gate said:A nine-person dive team from the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office waded into the murky water and heavy foliage to search for the Tesla.
“We have never dealt with a submerged electric car like that before,” Kelly said.
After a three-hour search, authorities located the car and Leung’s body, Jacowitz added.
It’s unknown how fast Leung was driving and whether alcohol or drugs were involved, and authorities are still trying to determine what mode or capacity the Tesla was in prior to the crash, Jacowitz said.
By the looks of it, more of a gymnastic car doing cartwheels end over end before taking a dip in the pond.Apparently this car was a flying car.
Tesla says that AP was not engaged at the time of the crash.
Tesla says Autopilot not engaged during fatal Castro Valley crashThe CHP is still investigating.
"We did see the statement they put out, but the bottom line is we still have a long and through investigation to do," said CHP spokesman Daniel Jakowitz.