Tesla goes airborne after hitting grade crossing in Ontario

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BARRIE, Ontario — Ontario police are charging the driver of a Tesla sedan with dangerous driving after the car went airborne and crashed into a tree earlier this week.

BarrieToday reports that the Tesla was moving fast when it went over a railroad crossing and went airborne. The car, with a driver and passenger landed a few seconds later and crashed into a tree in front of a nearby elementary school.

See the original report online. 

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