Footage from the crash shows a Tesla slammed at a convention center in Columbus, Ohio, at 70 mph.
According to a police report obtained by WBNS, the driver of a 2020 Tesla 3 crashed at the Greater Columbus Convention Center on May 4, when the driver lost control of his brakes.
The video shows the car, traveling at high speed, hitting curbs and flying into the air on a ladder before passing through the convention center doors. The car hits a support pillar and spins about 180 degrees before finally stopping.
Police said the driver was taken to a local hospital where his condition is stable. He was slapped with a citation for failure to control.
No one was injured inside the facility.
A convention center official told the outlet that the accident caused approximately $250,000 to $300,000 in damage.
An eyewitness told police that it appeared Tesla had accelerated to set a yellow light down the block, according to a police report.
There is no indication that Tesla’s Autopilot or full self-driving features caused the accident.
Fox News reported that the National Transit Safety Board has not formally investigated the technologies’ involvement in the accident.