The CHP is trying to figure out if speed was a factor and if the autopilot feature was on at the time of the crash.
The first call about the crash came to authorities at 7:50 p.m. Sunday. Leung hadn't been since Saturday night.
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The wrecked Tesla was taken to a tow yard in Alameda County.
Crow Canyon Road was closed for hours while authorities investigated the scene and has since been reopened.
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CHP says Tesla Model S is now evidence and at tow yard. They’re investigating if speed was a factor. They’re also looking to see if autopilot feature was on at time of crash. pic.twitter.com/RHXrDrzsOz— Matt Keller (@MattKellerABC7) May 21, 2018
CHP says first call about possible crash on Crow Canyon Road in Castro Valley came Sunday night around 7:50.— Matt Keller (@MattKellerABC7) May 21, 2018
Driver was identified as 34 year old Danville resident Keith Leung. He hadn’t been seen since Saturday night. pic.twitter.com/qIT4puemha
Here’s Tesla Model S at tow yard in San Leandro. It crashed last night into pond near San Ramon/Castro Valley on Crow Canyon Road. One person killed. pic.twitter.com/LOegokDdSz— Matt Keller (@MattKellerABC7) May 21, 2018
Here’s where Tesla Model S went through a fence and launched into a pond on Crow Canyon Road near San Ramon/Castro Valley. 1 person killed. pic.twitter.com/5wLTQHprfi— Matt Keller (@MattKellerABC7) May 21, 2018