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Person Driving

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There are so many of those white Waymo cars with an R2-D2 unit on top of them driving the streets of San Francisco these days that it was inevitable one would eventually get into an accident. And so it has come to pass. A Reddit user posted the above photo and account of a Waymo vehicle hitting a pedestrian in the Lower Haight late Wednesday night, and a representative of the Google-Alphabet-owned Waymo confirms that the incident did indeed happen.

But there are obviously plenty of questions about what happened. Katherine from Waymo PR here. We are aware of this incident involving a Waymo vehicle, which was being driven in manual mode, and are continuing to investigate it in partnership with local authorities. The rep does confirm the incident took place, but the claim of manual driving mode has not been independently confirmed. You can see fire and emergency personnel on the scene in the photo, and the fire department referred questions to the police department.

The police department has yet to respond or make a statement. Similarly, the details are not confirmed. Reddit user KWillets who posted the photo gives the following account: Just when we thought couldn’t get worse, we heard a thump. I sprang from my bed to see what was the matter.

Our neighbors had gotten out of a ride share on the far side and one crossed while the other stayed behind apparently taking a picture. An SFPD patrol stopped to say something to her about being careful crossing the street? Hope he’s OK. You can say there’s no such thing as Waymo, but as for me and Grandpa, we believe.

I had already complained about poor signal timing and drivers racing the lights. From all accounts, the pedestrian does not seem to be grievously injured.

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