A self-driving van operated by Waymo - a cousin company to Google under the corporate umbrella of Alphabet - was involved in a crash on Friday in Chandler, Arizona. This afternoon around noon a vehicle (Honda sedan) traveling eastbound on Chandler Blvd. had to swerve to avoid striking a vehicle traveling northbound on Los Feliz Dr.
The driver of the Waymo minivan, the only person in the vehicle, "sustained injuries which required hospitalization", according to Tyler. It was the first pedestrian death caused by a self-driving vehicle.
For photos from the scene captured the Waymo van injured in the area of the front left wheel and bumper.
Police in a Phoenix suburb are investigating a collision involving a self-driving vehicle owned by Waymo. Supposedly, what followed was that the driver of the eastbound vehicle swerved into the opposite lane to avoid a collision with another auto and consequently hit the Waymo van.
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A Waymo vehicle in autonomous mode was struck by another driver during what appeared to be a head-on collision in Chandler.
Detective Seth Tyler said the driver of that Honda had to swerve to avoid slamming into a vehicle that had the green light and was moving into the intersection. "This incident is still under investigation", the statement was given by the local police to the Techcrunch.
Back in March 2018, a woman named Elain Herzberg was killed by an Uber vehicle that was in autonomous mode in Tempe, Arizona. It previously announced its plans to test some of its vehicles in the State of Arizona without safety drivers onboard. Riders can hail a Waymo autonomous van with the Waymo app.