A Canadian driver was arrested on Tuesday after police said that high-speed Tesla aircraft blew up and eventually crashed into a nearby school parking lot
Barrie Police said they were in the Little Avenue area and Garden Drive, in the town of Barrie, Ontario, around 8:30 pm, and found a "demolished four-door Tesla 2016".
The police discovered that the driver of the vehicle had driven at a high speed when the car reached a steep incline leading to railroad tracks. The Tesla was thrown into the air and rushed more than 100 feet into the opposing alley, eventually hitting a tree on a nearby school parking lot, the police said.
The unidentified 46-year-old driver and passenger were taken to a hospital where they were treated for minor injuries.
The driver was charged with dangerous driving and is due to appear in court on October 1st.