More news today, apparently he did actually die, on July 7th.GeekEV wrote:ABC News says he was thought to have died but was, in fact, resuscitated.
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I'd say his death was caused by stealing a car, leading police on a 100mph chase, crushing into multiple vehicles, then a steel traffic light pole.apvbguy wrote:was the death caused by his not wearing a seat restraint or because of one of the car's safety features?
I've never rebooted the bluetooth, is that really what it says?TomT wrote:This is the actual reboot screen for the Model S Bluetooth. Too bad more auto manufacturers don't have a sense of humor!
donald wrote:That's about the best possible test you could do with that car to show it is safe. A real-life sheared-in-two event and there can't have been much of a fire looking at the tarmac. I can't see any evidence of a fire.