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Texas police will reportedly serve Tesla with search warrants demanding data related to a fatal crash over the weekend. Early reports about the crash, in which two men died after hitting a tree near Houston, peg the cause to a malfunctioning autopilot feature. But Tesla chief executive, Elon Musk, refuted the reports, tweeting on Monday that the company’s data logs show that “autopilot was not enabled.” “If he is tweeting that out, if he has already pulled the data,” Mark Herman, Harris County Constable, told Reuters Monday night, “he hasn’t told us that. We will eagerly wait for that data.” Elon Musk that the company’s data logs show that “autopilot was not enabled” during the fatal crash.REUTERS/Mike Blake/File Photo On Saturday, authorities found the bodies of two men who were sitting in the front passenger seat and in the backseat. The car burst into flames after hitting a tree near a curve in the road. Authorities found the bodies of two men who were sitting in the front passenger seat and in the backseat.via REUTERS Musk wrote in his tweet, “Data logs recovered so far show Autopilot was not enabled & this car did not purchase FSD. Moreover, standard Autopilot
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