In California, a Tesla driver was traveling through the mountains with his family when he suddenly drove his car off a cliff with a height of 250 feet, but everybody survived miraculously and remained safe from severe injuries, as reported by the police.
A family of four persons was reported to be rescued out of a demolished vehicle, found at the base of a cliff commonly called Devil’s Slide in Northern California. The incident reportedly occurred on Tuesday.
Up to yesterday, the reports were that all four occupiers of Tesla Model Y persisted to survive not only the tremendous accident but also didn’t reportedly get any severe injury.
Dharmesh A.Patel, Providence Holy Cross Medical Center, the driver’s employer, a medical specialist living in Pasadena, illustrated his thoughts:
“Providence Holy Cross Medical Center is deeply saddened to learn of a traffic incident involving one of our physicians and his family. We are extremely grateful there were no serious injuries. We will not respond further, as this incident is under investigation.”
Most of the public was admiring Tesla’s safety and protection as it saved the lives of four people: Mr Patel, his spouse Neha, their 4-year-old son, and their 7-year-old daughter.
Even one of the liberators spoke that he considered purchasing Tesla following the rescue duty:
“@elonmusk Got me seriously wanting to buy a Tesla. Was on this rescue, 250 ft off Devils Slide, all occupants survived. #ThatsaTD pic.twitter.com/uCrIrAWSIX – Brock Sommerset (@BrockSommerset) January 3, 2023.”
The most recent news of the matter is that Patel purposely crashed his car into the mountains, as stated by the police.
Following Patel’s arrest, the highway Police said:
“CHP investigators worked throughout the night interviewing witnesses and gathering evidence from the scene. Based on the evidence collected, investigators developed probable cause to believe this incident was an intentional act.”
Patel will reportedly be put into the San Mateo County Jail, after getting discharged from the hospital.
The Model Y of Tesla has acquired the highest achievable IHS safety rating and has also remarkably mastered its safety test with NHTSA. Based on its crash safety test results, Model Y is thought to be one of those vehicles with the least chance of major injury.