Driver in fatal Arizona Uber crash was watching TV

An Uber self-driving car on the road in San Francisco in March 2018, after Uber resumed their self-driving car program following a fatal crash.
Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty

A new police report investigating the self-driving Uber that fatally struck a pedestrial in Arizona in March revealed that the driver was streaming an episode of "The Voice" at the time of the accident — not watching the road, reports the BBC.

The details: The report found that car operator, Rafaela Vasquez, looked up from her phone screen just half a second before the crash. The car was moving at 44 mph and did not brake before the accident.