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In March 2019, in Los Angeles, a smartphone video (shown above) showed a driver asleep at the wheel with his Tesla on Autopilot on a busy Los Angeles freeway.
He accused her of being "asleep at the wheel" as a knife crisis has gripped Merseyside.
'The Toyota Hi-Lux driver falls asleep at the wheel,' said Police Chief Inspector Bryan Placer, Matalam town police chief, referring to Ridznul Tandih, 34, who was driving the Toyota Hi-Lux from Zamboanga heading to Davao, when it crashed into a tricycle and a Kia Bongo from Matalam heading to Kabacan town at 1:45 p.m.
However, police have now revealed that the crash happened due to the car driver falling asleep at the wheel.
He said that he was overtired and fell asleep at the wheel.
He added: "He's been asleep at the wheel. It's the latest rail management failure on his watch.
Mr Khan, meanwhile, denied being "asleep at the wheel" and expressed his surprise over the firm's liquidation.
Anjuli Shergill, Senior Crown Prosecutor for West Midlands Crown Prosecution Service, said: "This prosecution highlights the consequences of a driver falling asleep at the wheel of a car.
Meanwhile, French offi-cials investigating the crash believe Alana fell asleep at the wheel moments before the June crash.
Father dies in crash after son falls asleep at the wheel and loses control of car, says Dubai Traffic Prosecution department
THE trial of a man accused of causing a fatal crash after falling asleep at the wheel was scrapped yesterday because he couldn't stay awake in the dock.
FORMER Newcastle United footballer Scott Sellars has been spared jail after killing a motorcyclist when he fell asleep at the wheel of his car.