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This file photo provided by the NTSB via the Florida Highway Patrol shows the Tesla Model S that was being driven by Joshua Brown, who was killed when the Tesla sedan crashed while in self-driving mode on May 7, 2016. (NTSB via Florida Highway Patrol via AP, File)

(Bloomberg) – U.S. auto safety regulators on Thursday closed an investigation into a fatal accident involving Tesla Motors Inc.’s Autopilot driver-assist system, and said they didn’t find a defect warranting a recall.

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