A woman has died after being struck by a self-driving Uber car in Tempe, Arizona.
The car was in autonomous mode with a human operator behind the wheel, according to Tempe police, when it hit the woman.
She was crossing the street outside of the crosswalk early on Monday morning.
Uber's communications account tweeted, "Our hearts go out to the victim's family, we are fully cooperating with local authorities." In their investigation of this incident.
CEO Dara Khosrowshahi also tweeted his condolences.
Uber has run self-driving car trials in cities like Toronto, Pittsburgh, and San Francisco.
The company has suspended testing in response to the accident and pulled its self-driving vehicles off the road.
In March 2017, also in Tempe, a crash caused Uber to suspend it's entire fleet of self driving cars.
And in February 2018, a self driving Uber collided with another car in Pittsburg.
For more on this story, go to Cnet.com.
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