A car pulled up behind me as I was stopped at a traffic light. I didn’t often see a VW, so I studied it in my mirror. To my shock, there was no driver. When the light turned, it started off, just like normal.
Hitting a busy area, the car accelerated, moving into the oncoming traffic.
Thinking only by reflex, I rammed into the car as it passed. The impact pushed me into a parked car and my world went black.
I was later told that if I hadn’t stopped it, the autonomous self-driven car-bomb would have killed dozens.
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