There was a tragic accident with a Tesla Model S involved. The sources confirm that the Autopilot feature was not on at the time of the accident.
The issue happened in the Netherlands. The Model S collided into a tree. The battery details were caught on fire. The producer from America stated that the Autopilot was not engaged during the drive cycle. The car was being driven at more than 96 mph.
After the fatal accident, the automaker dispatched technicians to the place of the crash as firemen needed help. Spokesperson for the firemen says that if the vehicle was on 4 wheels, the firemen would not need any help to turn off the batteries. Unfortunately, the vehicle under consideration was fully destroyed. No one knew what could happen.