A man in his 30s has died after his Tesla car crashed into a ditch.
Police attended the single vehicle accident near Stamford in Lincolnshire late on Wednesday night and the driver was pronounced dead at the scene.
A Tesla Model 3 electric vehicle was found at the side of the road in a ditch. Police confirmed the man in the car was a man his 30s from Northamptonshire.
A Lincolnshire police spokesman said: “Officers attended the scene in Stamford Road, close to the border with Leicestershire, after we received a call at 10.25pm on October 12.
“A grey Tesla Model 3 electric car was located in a ditch, at the side of the road. The driver, a man in his 30s from Northamptonshire, was sadly pronounced dead at the scene.”
Witnesses or anyone with dashcam footage are asked to call the police on 101 or email [email protected] quoting incident 422 of October 12.
Alternatively, Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555111..
Last week, a driver told of his miracle survival after being trapped in the wreckage of his van for two painstaking hours.
Michael Radford, 39, woke up crushed in his vehicle after getting sandwiched between two lorries in a major motorway crash.
The dad of three said firefighters “thought he was dead” after the horror smash which happened while he queued in standstill traffic after missing his exit on his drive home
He told Manchester Evening News : “I don’t remember much about the initial impact, I completely blacked out,” Michael recalled.
“Then I regained consciousness and I woke up crushed. I couldn’t see what was going on and I was out of it.
“It took the fire brigade around two hours to cut me out and I was airlifted to hospital.
“Even I look back at pictures now and ask myself ‘how I am still alive’?”