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Google’s Self-Driving Car Gets Rear-Ended, Again

The accident marks the fourteenth time since 2009 that a Google self-driving vehicle has been involved in a collision.

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google-self-driving-carFansided.com reported that Google announced July 16th that another one of its self-driving vehicles was involved in a rear-end collision, again. The accident occurred at a speed of 17 mph.

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According to Google, this accident, like the other two in June, was 100 percent human error with Google not holding any of the blame.

Google has released footage, which you can view below, seen by the car’s sensors. The accident marks the fourteenth time since 2009 that a Google self-driving vehicle has been involved in a collision.

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