SAN FRANCISCO -- Investigators say that preliminary information shows the Autopilot feature was not on during a Tesla crash in San Francisco that killed a Clovis man and injured his wife.
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Investigators from the San Francisco Police Department's Traffic Collision Investigation Unit are preparing search warrants and working with Tesla to obtain evidence and they also removed a data storage device from the vehicle involved in the crash.
Kelsey Cambridge has been charged with misdemeanor involuntary vehicular manslaughter.
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Investigators: Autopilot feature was not on during SF collision that killed Clovis man, injured wife