A Waymo self-driving van was in a auto crash in Arizona.
Police say a Honda coupe was traveling eastbound when it swerved into oncoming traffic to avoid a vehicle traveling northbound, according to an ABC15 report.
The person in the driver's seat of the Waymo suffered minor injuries.
A Waymo vehicle in autonomous mode was struck by another driver during what appeared to be a head-on collision in Chandler.
Police said the wreck is under investigation. Video from the interior camera shows the operator behind the wheel - 44-year-old Rafaela Vasquez - looking down, possibly at a mobile device, in the moments leading up to the crash. The incident was the first death involving a fully autonomous vehicle. This may be Waymo's first accident in its Arizona test program.
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Arizona has become a testing ground for the nascent technology of autonomous vehicles under Governor Doug Ducey, and the self-driving vehicles of Waymo and Uber are a common sight on Valley roads.
Krafcik insinuated that with a Waymo auto, such an accident would not have occurred.
Waymo is a self-driving auto initiative from Google's parent company Alphabet. It became an independent company in 2016.
A self-driving vehicle from Alphabet's Waymo company was involved in a auto crash in Chandler, Arizona on Friday, resulting in minor injuries.