Three young people, including the driver, were killed on Saturday in California when a Tesla Model 3 struck a curb at 100 mph (160 km/h), sending it 130 ft (40 m) through air and into a power pole and a building.
The accident happened just after 02.30 on Sunday morning on Foothill Blvd, Pasadena, and police say it was fortunate that there weren’t even more casualties. Besides the three dead passengers in the white 2018 sedan, three more were seriously injured and were transported to hospital.


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