Driverless shuttle bus crashes less than two hours after launch

13-Nov-2017

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A driverless shuttle bus crashed less than two hours after it was launched in Las Vegas on Wednesday.

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The city's officials had been hosting an unveiling ceremony for the bus, described as the US' first self-driving shuttle pilot project geared towards the public, before it crashed with a semi-truck.

According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the human driver of the other vehicle was at fault, there were no injuries, and the incident caused minor damage.

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