We're now starting to see some of the incredible safety gains offered by sensor-equipped Teslas. An over-the-air software upgrade from September allowed first-generation Teslas to have something like X-ray vision; the radar waves can bounce around and underneath the car in front of you, providing the computer with information on what the driver cannot see--i.e., the car in front of the car in front of you.
This dashcam video from a Tesla driving down a Dutch highway was uploaded just yesterday. The car's occupants cannot clearly see that an accident is brewing--but the Tesla does, sounding a chime and automatically applying the brakes to prevent a pile-up:
I also love how the father prudently, immediately checks what is going on behind their stopped car before getting out to help. This video is a prime example of both computer and human smarts in action.
Transportation website Electrek reports that no one, including the folks involved in the rollover, sustained serious injuries.