Uber suspends self-driving program after driverless car hits and kills pedestrian

UPDATE: March 19, 2018, 12:23 p.m. PDT Tempe police spokesperson Detective Lily Duran said in an email the crash was reported around 10 p.m. Sunday night. She did not have details on when the woman died.
An update from the Tempe mayor Monday afternoon has also been added.
An Uber vehicle in autonomous mode reportedly hit and killed a pedestrian early Monday morning in Tempe, Arizona. In reaction, Uber has suspended all self-driving cars in its pilot programs.
Local news reports say a woman was walking outside of a crosswalk when she was hit. She was taken to a hospital where she died. 
Uber's CEO and communication team posted on Twitter about the incident, but the company did not provide further details ABC15 reported the vehicle was in autonomous mode with a driver behind the wheel. Read more... More about Uber , Self Driving , Fatal Accident , Tech , and Transportation

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