Self-Driving Car from Alphabet's Waymo Involved in Collision

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Tyler went on to say the "The Waymo vehicle was rolling, but I don't think it was going very fast". The second vehicle has a more pronounced damage to the engine compartment. There was an occupant in the Waymo vehicle sitting into he drivers' seat who has sustained minor injuries.

Video was released Friday showing a auto jumping a median and colliding with a Google-owned Waymo self-driving minivan in Arizona. Police are investigating the accident, per that report.

The Police also reported that the Honda city was traveling eastbound on Boulevard where the drivers swerved into the Wymo minivan to avoid intersection with another vehicle on Friday.

The eastbound Honda veered over a raised median and into the westbound lanes of Chandler Boulevard.

The incident saw a vehicle veer across the lanes and into oncoming traffic. "This incident is still under investigation", the statement was given by the local police to the Techcrunch.

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The Waymo van's side was crumpled.

There have now been two vehicle accidents involving autonomous vehicles in the Phoenix area.

In February, Uber settled a lawsuit with Alphabet, the parent company of Waymo (and Google) over the alleged theft of self-driving vehicle intellectual property. On the night of March 18, an Uber auto operating in autonomous mode with a driver behind the wheel struck and killed a pedestrian in Tempe.

"The Waymo vehicle is not the violator vehicle".

Though Waymo had said that thorough checking and testing of the vehicles without any safety drivers in Arizona, this vehicle was not one of those. Riders can hail a Waymo autonomous van with the Waymo app.