A Tesla driver is blaming Full Self-Driving software program for having brought about an eight-car pileup within the Yerba Buena Tunnel in California final month, in response to a police report obtained by CNN Business.

According to the December 7th report obtained by CNN Business, California Highway Patrol (CHP) reviewed tunnel footage and located {that a} Tesla made an unsafe lane change earlier than abruptly slowing down from 55 mph to twenty mph — inflicting autos behind it to crash into each other.

In the report, the motive force of the Tesla blamed the automaker’s Full Self-Driving software program that allegedly malfunctioned and brought about a sudden slowdown. The Thanksgiving incident left 9 individuals with minor accidents, together with one little one that was hospitalized.

California Highway Patrol mentioned within the Dec. 7 report that it couldn’t affirm if “full self-driving” was lively on the time of the crash. A freeway patrol spokesperson instructed CNN Business on Wednesday that it might not decide if “full self-driving” was lively, and Tesla would have that info.

Earlier this yr, an NHTSA report for crashes involving autos with ADAS confirmed Tesla topped the record. Tesla has mentioned that the duty falls on the motive force for the protected operation of the car operating on Autopilot or Full Self-Driving, however critics say the corporate is overstating the aptitude of its options.

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