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The preliminary NTSB report didn’t include any conclusions about why the May 7 collision occurred or whether Tesla’s Autopilot system contains any flaws. (AP Photo/Michael Probst, File)

(Bloomberg) – A Tesla car involved in a deadly crash in Florida that’s under investigation because the driver was using automated technology was speeding before striking a truck.

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