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The U.

S. National Transportation Safety Board said on Wednesday it will investigate a Tesla accident in Fort Lauderdale, Florida this week that killed two teenagers and injured another -- the agency's fourth active probe into crashes of the company's electric vehicles.

The NTSB said it was sending a team of four to investigate Tuesday's crash of a 2014 Tesla Model S that was reportedly traveling at high speed when it struck a wall and caught fire. The agency said it does not believe the Tesla's semi-autonomous Autopilot system will be part of the investigation.



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